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Armenian Enough

Oct 14, 2021

Serving up truth with humor is an insidious and brilliant way to make oneself understood on the most intimate level. Humor is a balm to our weary souls. I, for one, wouldn't want to live in a world without it. By the same token, it takes a heady mix of genuine confidence and vulnerability to be able to laugh at oneself...


Sep 29, 2021

This episode provides a behind-the-curtains view of my most cherished relationship, the one with my only child. Hear her speak candidly about her life, her mother, and her internal sense of not feeling Armenian enough. (That last one kind of broke my heart a little.) With vulnerability and an abundance of compassion...


Jun 17, 2021

Our greatest freedom lies in the full acceptance of who we genuinely are, even if the world at large fails to understand or endorse our unique individuality. From that vantage point, so much is revealed about the veneer of society's rules and trappings. With humor, bluster, and at times, great vulnerability, Paul...


Jun 3, 2021

What is it like to be Jewish and Armenian? Aside from inheriting intergenerational trauma from both sides, it is also something that has provided Alyssa with a unique view of both communities. More of a New Yorker than an "American," Alyssa explores how her upbringing has provided her access to two distinct and...


May 20, 2021

Representation matters. It allows us a glimpse into the world of possibilities and rescues us from societal erasure. It's difficult to put into words how it felt to see actors on the big screen either speaking Armenian or telling the story of our ancestors who survived the Genocide... never did it cross my mind that the...