Venice, Metropolitan City of Venice, Italy

I'm an interpreter and translator. I've been working both as a freelance translator and as in-house hospital translator.
Furthermore I have been teaching German and I have volunteered as an English tutor for migrants in Vienna.
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To all fellow translators out there: how do you do the networking? Mainly by using platforms like LinkedIn, or through virtual meetings? How did you find your first translation job? I'm curious to know your opinions about it!

Olimpia Brichese on Endometriosis in womenTranslatorSome time ago
What do you know about endometriosis? Have you got sisters, girlfriends or people who have to deal with it? How do you help these people overcome it, when possible? It would be nice to hear from you! The discussion is open also to people who don't know about the topic.. brainstorming is always much appreciated! 😊😊


Benedetta MarchiorelloViolin player
Well, you are lucky that you had a diagnosis before you had personal troubles, I was not listened cos I had maxillofacial problems and psoriasis and therefore I did not have a right to be treated for my depression. Mental health is still a taboo for people with visible signs cos if you have a sign you need to have a cancer to give an answers to doctors even if for 30 years you did not have any health problems. If you have mental problems in Italy you need to have stigmas for 100 years. This is because of lacks in the healthcare system.
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Olimpia BricheseTranslatorSome time ago
I was thinking that nowadays relationships are perceived differently than 30 years ago: when I think of my parents' generation, online dating or online friendship would have never been possible or even imaginable. Is there a radical change in the dating habits of the youngest generations? Or have many lost their interest in really understanding how a long lasting relationship could be, or is it because some are afraid of the commitment that a serious relationship implies? I'd be glad to hear your opinions! Cheers!


Olimpia BricheseTranslator
It's true that some youngsters are lonely and love goes together with the financial jobs and economics trends: most of the time there's instability, and as a consequence youngsters most of the time cannot plan a stable future and so, also no stable love relationship. Andrew Lim Mao Tung
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