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Expat life and cultural shock…

it is all about expectations… I asked one of my expat fellows to tell me about his own experience of expatriation and since I found it interesting for many of us, I thought I’d share with you his post. Don’t hesitate to fire back your comments or your thoughts by email after reading it. I’d love to know if you can relate or not and what is your story… Whether you are a member of an expat forum, are contemplating a move abroad or have already made the move, you may already be familiar with what is…

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Third Culture Kids aka TCKs

This week I’m going to talk about Third Culture Kids popularly referred to as TCKs. These are kids of the diplomatic, international development, military or international industry personnel whose childhood are spent moving from one country to another and changing schools, friends and environment. A recent UN conference revealed some disturbing truths by researches conducted on third culture kids. Research shows that despite the excellent socio-economic background they enjoyed due to status of their parents and the good schools they attend, they are very good in languages, have a very high level of confidence but when…

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Things you should know as an “accompanying partner”

In my last topic, I give you expert tips to help you understand the intricacies of Expatriation. Today, I’m going to talk about the “Trailing Spouse” or “Accompanying Partner” a common term in the diplomatic parlance for their spouses and the important role they play in expatriation.   Undeniably spouses are the backbone of the family but the trailing spouses assumes the traditional role of a stay-at-home-spouse and much more. The many faces of expatriation is oftentimes unknown to the general public, like most aspects of life, expatriation is double faced -attractive living conditions (good…

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Your Guide to Perfect Integration

Have you just relocated? Are you contemplating relocation? Do you feel overwhelmed by the new cultural challenge after your recent move? Have you just returned to your home country only to find out it doesn’t feel like home anymore? Is your family stressed out by your recent relocation? Are you worried that acclimatization or integration into your international community is taking too long? Or Have the thrills of your recent move abroad given way to desolation? If yes, then here’s my gift to you: Your Guide to Perfect Integration (free ebook) – aims to serve…

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Expatriate Coaching

Life coaching is a whole-person, client-centered approach. Coaching the client’s whole life is the operating system working in the background. No matter what kind of subspecialty a client may seek, all coaching is life coaching says Patrick Williams and Diane S. Menendez in their book “Becoming a Professional Life Coach”. Expatriation, Repatriation, TCKs and Cross-Cultural Coaching Expatriates are often international entrepreneurs or diplomats who migrate for their employers. There is another group called “self-imposed expatriates”, because the decision to migrate is made on their own volition for economic or other reasons. Their thrilling and enticing conditions of…

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