belonging is a messy affair. there is no clear welcome mat
in-betweenish

in-betweenish

Explore questions of belonging,
& navigate the space of living in between:
countries, cultures, ethnicities and faiths.

Recent Episodes

Sept. 6, 2022

💭 reflections on: Third Culture Kids and Cross-Cultural Kids explained

In this minisode we’re going back to the origin story of in-betweenish, explaining why and how it came to be. It all started with…

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June 23, 2022

💭 reflections on: identity crisis

Identity Crisis is a term that gets thrown around quite a bit nowadays. In this minisode, I attempt to understand, from a psychol…

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June 7, 2022

🍋 we never really discussed it — with Nora

Have you ever tried to fit in so badly you changed your appearance? Were you aware of the subconscious reasons that may have lead…

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March 17, 2022

💭  reflections on: old friends

Old friends are often times a gateway to our past selves. Who we were as teenagers is not gone but only built upon. Today, I enco…

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Feb. 25, 2022

🎹 a man is synonymous with describing a soldier — with Axel [Part II]

What are the known unknowns in your life? How about the unknown unknowns? It’s a scary thought isn’t it? All the things we have i…

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Feb. 2, 2022

🎹  it is not with bones and skin, it’s all with feeling — with Axel […

Who are you to yourself, when no one is around? Axel Kacoutié is not afraid to explore uncomfortable territory. We tread, not so …

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About the Host

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Beatriz Nour

Founder + Host

Friends call me Bee, for short, and I'm a huge podcast geek! The idea for in-betweenish came about from my own struggles with my identity and realizing how common it is to question your place of belonging in this world. I’m Brazilian-ish, Egyptian-ish, and just for a little bit of fun, there’s also French interwoven in the mix. Needless to say, identity crisis is a well frequented neighborhood. And I thought, why not explore the premises with other fellow dwellers?