Assistant professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of Florida on building an emotional wellness toolkit and self-compassion.
Assistant Professor in the Health Behavior and Health Education Department in the School of Public Health at the University of Michigan on developing new coping mechanisms and processing repetitive trauma.
Life Coach and Mental Health Therapist on vulnerability and how the Black community can process repetitive trauma.
Weekly editor’s notes, featured in our Patreon newsletter, that cover the thoughts of ILY founder, Erika Ramirez.
Licensed Mental Health Counselor on friendship breakups, emotional wellness, and vulnerability.
Sex and Relationship Coach on the importance of touch and letting go during these times.
Marriage and Family Therapist Associate on the importance of play and how vulnerability is connected to authenticity.
The fifth episode of Love In Translation features Chinese American creative director Kaity Wong and her mother Mrs. Fanny Wong.
The fourth episode of Love In Translation features Doris Muñoz, founder of Mija Management and non-profit organization Solidarity for Sanctuary, and her mother Mrs. Ruth Muñoz.
A conversation with writer and theologian Candice Benbow about being a Christian woman who embraces sex, pleasure, and intimacy before marriage.
The third episode of Love In Translation features producer and writer Dan Buyanovksy and his father Leo Buyanovksy. Mr. Buyanovsky was born and raised in Moscow, Russia.
On the second episode of Love In Translation, ILY founder Erika Ramirez talks with Korean American entrepreneur and founder of By Way of Us Sarah Kim James and her mother Mrs. Grace Kim.
The debut episode of Love In Translation features BuzzFeed’s ‘Hella Opinions’ host Sylvia Obell and her mother Elizabeth Okwirry (“Mama Liz”)
Mick Jenkins invites us on a tour of Chicago’s Garfield Park Conservatory and shares lessons from previous relationships, how to know when love is over, and what his mother taught him about love.