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Marriage and Martinis

Danielle & Adam

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Marriage and Martinis

Marriage and Martinis

Danielle & Adam

26
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492
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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.

Latest Episodes

MnM Vintage - Things We're Embarrassed To Admit

EWhile Danielle and Adam are always open and vulnerable, this episode takes certain things to a new level. What will Danielle not do because she's worried that at 41 years old she'll still disappoint her dad? What sexual position does she despise? What are Adam's serial killer tendencies? Why is he embarrassed about his bathroom habits? They both reveal insecurities that are not easy to admit. If you are easily offended or uncomfortable, this will definitely NOT be the episode for you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

68 MIN4 d ago
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MnM Vintage - Things We're Embarrassed To Admit

132. You're Moving Again?!?!

People in Danielle and Adam's life know them to be....how shall we say...."serial movers." They're currently getting ready to move into their sixth home together, and especially during a pandemic, to say this has been stressful is an understatement. People are asking, why the move again? What mistakes have they made that has led to so many relocations? How do they deal with big change and uncertainty? What advice to they have for people going through big readjustments in life? How do they deal with the speculation and judgment from acquaintances who can't wait to find out why they've made this decision. If you're thinking about making hard changes sometime in the near future, this is definitely an episode to which you'll want to listen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

56 MIN1 w ago
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132. You're Moving Again?!?!

131. Parenting: Same Sh*t, Different Decade (With Danielle's Mom)

Danielle and her mom, Linda, sat down to talk about ways parenting has changed since the 1960s. How did parents in the 1960s explain how babies are made? Why did moms in the 80s leave their kids in the car while they food shopped for an hour? In this funny, revealing conversation about "who had it tougher," one thing was definitely determined: parenting has always been ridiculously confusing and overwhelming. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

66 MIN2 w ago
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131. Parenting: Same Sh*t, Different Decade (With Danielle's Mom)

130. The Sexy Episode

What makes a person sexy? How has Danielle and Adam's ideas of sexiness changed over the years? Turn offs? How does body image affect their sexual identity and confidence? This episode covers so many different aspects of sexiness, lust, compliments, and all the things we try to keep going throughout the years of our relationship. Plus, what's the sexiest place Danielle and Adam have ever been, sexiest movie they've ever watched, etc. Mentions in the episode: Erika Lust's TED Talk Marta Meana study of female desire 50 Shades of Grey Outlander See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

75 MIN3 w ago
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130. The Sexy Episode

129. You Don't Know Jack

EWho would win in a face-off of questions about anything from personal details about their life, politics, science, history, and so much more. In this hilarious episode, Danielle and Adam try to stump one another by asking questions about things like Danielle's bra size, how many sexual partners Adam has had, where they lost their virginity and so much more. This episode is pretty explicit from the beginning, so be ready to be shocked, but also be ready to laugh. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MINJUL 13
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129. You Don't Know Jack

128. Bite Me, 2020

EWe are halfway through 2020 and it feels like it's been an entire lifetime already. Parenting through the pandemic has made Danielle a tad feisty and impatient, but she is hopeful for what the second half will bring. Adam is back to work at his retail business, and this is his first afternoon off in almost two months. How are the two coping as a couple? How has life changed, and what are they hoping will stay the same even after things return to "normal?" How have the current political and social issues affected their life as parents and individuals? How has their sex and romantic life changed? This episode is relatable, relevant and definitely brings up a lot of issues so many couples and parents are facing today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MINJUL 6
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128. Bite Me, 2020

127. Tiffany the Budgetnista

Tiffany Aliche is America's favorite financial educator. The way she breaks things down, makes money issues so relatable, and provides countless simple tips for achieving financial freedom is so refreshing. She credits her parents and their practices implementing lessons about savings and budgeting all throughout her childhood for her comprehensive and realistic sense of how to be responsible when it comes to money. Tiffany also offers so many ways to teach kids about the appreciation for and value of every dollar. This episode is jam-packed with so much knowledge and insight about finances. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MINJUN 30
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127. Tiffany the Budgetnista

126. Bethany Meyers and The Be.Come Project

Danielle and Bethany sat back towards the beginning of quarantine to discuss balance, body neutrality, and taking time for ourselves in the midst of all the craziness happening all around us. Bethany identifies as queer, non-binary, and uses they/them pronouns. Their confidence, positive outlook and undeniable acceptance of humans no matter their identity or experience is truly infectious. Check out their lifestyle program, The Become Project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42 MINJUN 22
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126. Bethany Meyers and The Be.Come Project

125. Marlo Thomas And Phil Donahue: What Makes A Marriage Last

Danielle and Adam were so excited to sit down with Marlo and Phil to discuss all things marriage related. After forty years of marriage and talking to forty celebrity couples for their new book, "What Makes A Marriage Last," Marlo and Phil definitely had a lot of insight concerning everything from jealousy, to lust, to trust. Plus, Danielle and Adam give Phil and Marlo the "Tik Tok Couples' Challenge," and Danielle fangirls over Marlo pretty hard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MINJUN 15
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125. Marlo Thomas And Phil Donahue: What Makes A Marriage Last

124. Working Towards Becoming An Anti-Racist Family, With Charnaie Gordon

Now that the conversation about race and Black Lives Matter has come to a forefront, it's important that we understand how we can each keep it going within our homes and communities. Danielle asks Charnaie all about having a dialogue about racial injustice with our kids, whether they are young or teenagers, ways we can incorporate cultural awareness into our households on a daily basis, and looking inward (and around us) to become true advocates and allies to the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, why not everyone needs to advocate in the same way, and what Charnaie hopes will happen from this moment forward to become a more equal and just society. While this conversation is just the tip of the iceberg concerning the questions that need to be asked and answered, it is a good point from which to begin, and covers many relatable topics about which so many of us are hoping to begin to acknowledge and understand. If you are looking to become a more socially aware and culturally conscien...

61 MINJUN 8
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124. Working Towards Becoming An Anti-Racist Family, With Charnaie Gordon

Latest Episodes

MnM Vintage - Things We're Embarrassed To Admit

EWhile Danielle and Adam are always open and vulnerable, this episode takes certain things to a new level. What will Danielle not do because she's worried that at 41 years old she'll still disappoint her dad? What sexual position does she despise? What are Adam's serial killer tendencies? Why is he embarrassed about his bathroom habits? They both reveal insecurities that are not easy to admit. If you are easily offended or uncomfortable, this will definitely NOT be the episode for you. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

68 MIN4 d ago
Comments
MnM Vintage - Things We're Embarrassed To Admit

132. You're Moving Again?!?!

People in Danielle and Adam's life know them to be....how shall we say...."serial movers." They're currently getting ready to move into their sixth home together, and especially during a pandemic, to say this has been stressful is an understatement. People are asking, why the move again? What mistakes have they made that has led to so many relocations? How do they deal with big change and uncertainty? What advice to they have for people going through big readjustments in life? How do they deal with the speculation and judgment from acquaintances who can't wait to find out why they've made this decision. If you're thinking about making hard changes sometime in the near future, this is definitely an episode to which you'll want to listen. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

56 MIN1 w ago
Comments
132. You're Moving Again?!?!

131. Parenting: Same Sh*t, Different Decade (With Danielle's Mom)

Danielle and her mom, Linda, sat down to talk about ways parenting has changed since the 1960s. How did parents in the 1960s explain how babies are made? Why did moms in the 80s leave their kids in the car while they food shopped for an hour? In this funny, revealing conversation about "who had it tougher," one thing was definitely determined: parenting has always been ridiculously confusing and overwhelming. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

66 MIN2 w ago
Comments
131. Parenting: Same Sh*t, Different Decade (With Danielle's Mom)

130. The Sexy Episode

What makes a person sexy? How has Danielle and Adam's ideas of sexiness changed over the years? Turn offs? How does body image affect their sexual identity and confidence? This episode covers so many different aspects of sexiness, lust, compliments, and all the things we try to keep going throughout the years of our relationship. Plus, what's the sexiest place Danielle and Adam have ever been, sexiest movie they've ever watched, etc. Mentions in the episode: Erika Lust's TED Talk Marta Meana study of female desire 50 Shades of Grey Outlander See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

75 MIN3 w ago
Comments
130. The Sexy Episode

129. You Don't Know Jack

EWho would win in a face-off of questions about anything from personal details about their life, politics, science, history, and so much more. In this hilarious episode, Danielle and Adam try to stump one another by asking questions about things like Danielle's bra size, how many sexual partners Adam has had, where they lost their virginity and so much more. This episode is pretty explicit from the beginning, so be ready to be shocked, but also be ready to laugh. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

71 MINJUL 13
Comments
129. You Don't Know Jack

128. Bite Me, 2020

EWe are halfway through 2020 and it feels like it's been an entire lifetime already. Parenting through the pandemic has made Danielle a tad feisty and impatient, but she is hopeful for what the second half will bring. Adam is back to work at his retail business, and this is his first afternoon off in almost two months. How are the two coping as a couple? How has life changed, and what are they hoping will stay the same even after things return to "normal?" How have the current political and social issues affected their life as parents and individuals? How has their sex and romantic life changed? This episode is relatable, relevant and definitely brings up a lot of issues so many couples and parents are facing today. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

57 MINJUL 6
Comments
128. Bite Me, 2020

127. Tiffany the Budgetnista

Tiffany Aliche is America's favorite financial educator. The way she breaks things down, makes money issues so relatable, and provides countless simple tips for achieving financial freedom is so refreshing. She credits her parents and their practices implementing lessons about savings and budgeting all throughout her childhood for her comprehensive and realistic sense of how to be responsible when it comes to money. Tiffany also offers so many ways to teach kids about the appreciation for and value of every dollar. This episode is jam-packed with so much knowledge and insight about finances. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

63 MINJUN 30
Comments
127. Tiffany the Budgetnista

126. Bethany Meyers and The Be.Come Project

Danielle and Bethany sat back towards the beginning of quarantine to discuss balance, body neutrality, and taking time for ourselves in the midst of all the craziness happening all around us. Bethany identifies as queer, non-binary, and uses they/them pronouns. Their confidence, positive outlook and undeniable acceptance of humans no matter their identity or experience is truly infectious. Check out their lifestyle program, The Become Project. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

42 MINJUN 22
Comments
126. Bethany Meyers and The Be.Come Project

125. Marlo Thomas And Phil Donahue: What Makes A Marriage Last

Danielle and Adam were so excited to sit down with Marlo and Phil to discuss all things marriage related. After forty years of marriage and talking to forty celebrity couples for their new book, "What Makes A Marriage Last," Marlo and Phil definitely had a lot of insight concerning everything from jealousy, to lust, to trust. Plus, Danielle and Adam give Phil and Marlo the "Tik Tok Couples' Challenge," and Danielle fangirls over Marlo pretty hard. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

64 MINJUN 15
Comments
125. Marlo Thomas And Phil Donahue: What Makes A Marriage Last

124. Working Towards Becoming An Anti-Racist Family, With Charnaie Gordon

Now that the conversation about race and Black Lives Matter has come to a forefront, it's important that we understand how we can each keep it going within our homes and communities. Danielle asks Charnaie all about having a dialogue about racial injustice with our kids, whether they are young or teenagers, ways we can incorporate cultural awareness into our households on a daily basis, and looking inward (and around us) to become true advocates and allies to the Black Lives Matter movement. Also, why not everyone needs to advocate in the same way, and what Charnaie hopes will happen from this moment forward to become a more equal and just society. While this conversation is just the tip of the iceberg concerning the questions that need to be asked and answered, it is a good point from which to begin, and covers many relatable topics about which so many of us are hoping to begin to acknowledge and understand. If you are looking to become a more socially aware and culturally conscien...

61 MINJUN 8
Comments
124. Working Towards Becoming An Anti-Racist Family, With Charnaie Gordon
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