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Six Concepts about Global Nomads You Need To Know
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- The Formula that Expat Families can do to help them thrive – here.
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- The benefits of understand TCKs and their identity: Empowering parents – here.
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Read these posts and get up-to-speed if you found out you repatriation is in your future.
Kay Barney offers a great list of to-dos before and during a repatriation to Australia. Her advice is universal and helpful for anyone repatriating.
Anamika Majumder was a newlywed Indian expat living in Boston who attended graduate school, entered the business world and raised two young children. She and her husband ultimately decided to repatriate to India to raise their children in their home country. She describes their return to Bangalore and how she decided to start a Bangalore based non-profit charitable trust called One Billion Literates Foundation.
Just returning from a two-year stint in Belgium, Dotson is working on reassimilating into American culture and finding a sense of normalcy back “home.”
Due to the recession, some families are being moved home earlier than had been planned or transferred to local status. How does an abrupt repatriation affect your kids? How will it affect their schooling and emotional well-being?
Most people are prepared to experience some effects of culture shock when moving abroad, but less are prepared to experience reverse culture shock when they repatriate.
You adjusted to expat life and survived the phases of culture shock. Going home will be easy, right? Wrong. Many former expats describe repatriation as incredibly challenging. This checklist gives great advice for preparing to go home starting a year before your move.