The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"... you have been in the survival mode and getting all your settling-in needs met such as finding out where to shop, arranging all your banking and communication needs, sorting out classes, finding clubs and activities to join, and figuring out how everything works in this new place. ..."

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"...Many young people today, particularly Americans, use sarcasm in their communications. In other words, they make remarks that are the complete opposite of what they really intend to convey. While in generations past, sarcasm was employed to tease, ridicule, make fun of or scoff at someone, young people today use it in many cases to make fun of themselves. As ..."

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"...communicationn’t know and understand the terms ‘third culture kid’ and ‘global nomad’ feel very much alone. They know they are different but cannot understand why. They think they are the only ones who feel this way and it must mean that there is something wrong with them. It doesn’t occur ..."

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"...Not managing time well is one of the leading stressors in a college student’s life. While today’s communications technology can be such a blessing for staying in touch with friends and family around the globe, it can also be an incredible time ravager. With internet social networking sites such as Facebook, MySpace, Twitter and others that seem to be popping up nearly everyday, students can find that ..."

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"...Help them map out how they will resolve the issue. Would they be willing to do it face-to-face in person or is it enough to send a note? As of the writing of this, an email is not considered to be socially appropriate etiquette for such a communication. Then follow up with your teen to be sure he or she has completed the task and not left it hanging. ..."
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"... reaction to the anticipated pain of departure – their pain and ours. It is one method of providing distance between you. - communication – Tons of It! - This stress and responsibility-free period once high school ends and before university begins is the last chance you may have to ..."
"...This stress and responsibility-free period once high school ends and before university begins is the last chance you may have to establish or refine open patterns of communication with your son or daughter. If your adolescent has never been very communicative in the past, this may be the perfect opportunity to develop some effective ways to talk to each other. This does not mean that you both need to sit down face-to-face in the living room to ..."
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"... Before Your Child and Money Leave Home. It is particularly useful in working your way through the maze of financial aid. - Expectations Concerning communications - While you may not be aggravated by receiving a twice or thrice daily phone call from your darling in the first few weeks of ..."
"...Instant messaging (IMing), SMS and Facebook are typical ways for students to interact with each other these days, but email is the favored avenue for parental communication for many reasons. Email isn’t in-your-face. They can decide to look at it when they are ready (in the mood) to look at it. They can take a study break and send out long newsy mails. They can use email to zip off a quick request or to briefly ..."
"...More and more parents today are learning how to text and IM in order to keep up with their sons and daughters. You too, may want to learn how to upgrade your communications, particularly when the emails stop coming as regularly as you would like. Choose a phone plan that supports unlimited texting and/or choose an IM medium such as Yahoo, AIM, AOL, MSN and others. ..."
"...Regardless of the communication tool used, students just want to know their parents are still available to them, available for the occasional advice, a sympathetic ear over a break-up or friend problems or just to hear news from home. How fortunate we are in this day and age to have so many ..."

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