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Marriage and Martinis is an attempt to present a real, authentic marriage at its core: the love, hate, teamwork, struggles, laughter, humiliation, and ever-changing dynamics that comprise spousal relationships. Join Danielle and Adam as they explore every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth it.

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Marriage and Martinis is an attempt to present a real, authentic marriage at its core: the love, hate, teamwork, struggles, laughter, humiliation, and ever-changing dynamics that comprise spousal relationships. Join Danielle and Adam as they explore every hilarious, heartfelt, shocking, embarrassing, and completely inappropriate facet of marriage and parenting. It’s a bumpy ride, but it’s worth it.

    140. Unconditional Acceptance, with special guest Mia Silverstein

    140. Unconditional Acceptance, with special guest Mia Silverstein

    This episode is by far one of the most personal and vulnerable of the Marriage and Martinis podcast yet. In this special episode, Adam and Danielle's oldest child, 15-year-old Mia Silverstein comes on to discuss her experience grappling with sexual identity, and what she wants kids and parents everywhere to know about self, family, and social acceptance as someone in the LGBTQ community. What was "coming out" like for her? How has social media both helped and hindered her experience with self-confidence and establishing her identity? Why have movies, TV, and books been such a source of solace and connection for her, and which have had the most impact on her experience? Mia's hope in doing this episode is that people will feel more comfortable and less alone in whatever they are going through concerning sexual identity, and also to help parents everywhere with some tips and advice from the perspective of a teenager who is truly in the thick of growing up. Send this episode to family, friends, or anyone you know who might benefit from some open and honest conversation with someone from the next generation, who also happens to be the generation who just might save the world.
     
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    139. "The Upside," With Callie and Jeff Dauler

    139. "The Upside," With Callie and Jeff Dauler

    Callie and Jeff are fellow married podcasters, and they are about to have their first baby. Adam has a blast "initiating" Jeff into the world of parenthood with stories of "choose your own adventure"c-sections and instilling a good, healthy fear of living without sleep. Callie and Danielle share their stories about being on anxiety medication during pregnancy, decisions to bottle or breast feed, and Adam and Danielle let Callie and Jeff in on all the hidden gems of an elongated hospital stay. Plus, Jeff reveals his plan if anyone attempts to convince Callie to do something with which she's not comfortable concerning herself and the baby. If you are pregnant, are having a baby, or know someone who is, this is an episode you definitely don't want to miss.
     
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    138. Smoke 'Em If You've Got 'Em

    138. Smoke 'Em If You've Got 'Em

    Danielle and Adam cover a lot of different conversations in this episode that just happened to flow really freely. What happened when Danielle planned an overnight date night for the two of them but then got angry with Adam? What did Adam reveal about why he was being so short-tempered and irritable all week? What did they do on their date night that they have never done before? How does Danielle react to a new secret that Adam reveals? If you've been feeling disconnected from your partner due to the pandemic and all the stresses right now, you will definitely relate to this fun but sometimes serious episode.
     
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    137. Eve Rodsky: "Fair Play" and Solutions for A More Equitable Division of Labor

    137. Eve Rodsky: "Fair Play" and Solutions for A More Equitable Division of Labor

    Eve Rodsky has committed her life to help couples achieve a happier and more fulfilling life as partners tackling the domestic and household responsibilities. Not only did she interview hundreds of couples and research for years about the stress of "the mental load," but she has come up with real solutions. Especially now, during the pandemic, moms are feeling the overwhelming stress of home, work, and school all coming together in one forum, and the burden at times feels like too much to bear. How can both spouses in a marriage ensure a more equal role? How can we communicate these issues without causing fights and divisiveness within a relationship? Eve is an extraordinary woman who is on a mission to make it better. And it's working. We highly recommend you listen to this episode with your partner, or have them listen separately and then discuss.


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    136. Iben Sandahl: The Danish Way Of Parenting

    136. Iben Sandahl: The Danish Way Of Parenting

    Denmark consistently ranks in the top three countries in regards to happiness and fulfillment among its residents. Danielle speaks to distinguished writer and psychoanalyst Iben Sandahl about what they're doing differently from other countries, and what we can learn and implement into our own daily parenting in an attempt to achieve some of this same positivity. In this informative episode, they talk about everything from the importance of "free play," the danish family practice of "hygge" (togetherness), the beauty of boredom, and the balance between being honest and real with our children while still maintaining a sense of calm and safety when communicating with our children in the face of the pandemic. Obviously these methods aren't something most of us can realistically emulate in their entirety overnight. However, we can sprinkle many of the practices and values into our own behaviors within our households and hopefully reap some of the extraordinary benefits that come with their philosophies.
     
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    135. Starting Fresh....Again

    135. Starting Fresh....Again

    New home, new school year, new attitudes?? Adam and Danielle discuss how they would like to do things differently this time around financially, as parents, and as individuals. How does Danielle think she needs to change her attitude concerning difficult circumstances? What are they hoping to achieve concerning their relationship now that they are attempting to "start fresh?" What does Danielle hope Adam will help with more than he has been recently concerning their kids? This episode is relatable to anyone who has a tendency to fall back into old habits and is constantly trying to break negative cycles in their life.
     
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