The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...family to Peshawar, Pakistan, widely acknowledged as being quite a difficult place to live, especially for women. I did a reconnaissance trip beforehand and was not looking forward to going. Somehow in all the preparations for leaving I became excited to go and was actually looking forward to the adventure. Just before our departure, a colleague of my husband turned to me at our farewell party and said, “At just about three months, you’re going to hate it there, will get depressed, and want to come home.” I was quite taken aback and wasn’t quite sure how to respond. ..."

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"... at this time. Give yourself and others a little slack. Everything is so new and different and everyone deals with that differently. - Make It an adventure - Treat each challenge as an adventure. A young American family who had just moved to Kenya was initially freaked out by the frequency ..."
"...Treat each challenge as an adventure. A young American family who had just moved to Kenya was initially freaked out by the frequency of lizards in the various rooms of their house, including in their beds. Knowing they couldn’t put screens over the vented windows meant they would have to learn to live with the ..."

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"...Many TCKs I have spoken with highly recommend doing a pre-orientation program whenever and wherever it is offered. This could be International Orientation, affectionately referred to as I.O. by those who went through it, or the outdoor adventure programs offered by many colleges. The people you meet at these programs may become your best friends. ..."

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"...I have tried to cover some of the particular concerns I and other parents of repatriating global nomads have found to be particularly meaningful. My sincere wish is that you and your student will feel better prepared for this exciting journey and be able to thrive through the adventure. ..."

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