The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...under the carpet or placed somewhere else in our minds to come back to later and coming back to it never happens, we have unresolved grief – grief that has not been dealt with. Unresolved grief can emerge later in life in destructive forms such as anger, rebellion, depression, isolation and even physical ailments. Such is the story of Brice, a typical TCK. ..."

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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water
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"... marginalization – “They look different…They feel different,” “the outsiders feel lonely, homesick.” ▪ He wrote about profound unhappiness, depression and isolation. - Freeze and Friends - Linda Maguire, one of my intercultural colleagues, often adds the term “Freeze and ..."
"...Self-centeredness (not isolation) is not a bad thing at this time in your life and your transition. Think about taking care of yourself. You’re stressed and having to cope with all kinds of change 24/7. You are adjusting to new people, perhaps sharing a room with another person for the first time. ..."

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"... what kinds of surprises others who have gone before you have run into so you can be prepared if you experience something similar. - isolation - In conversations with TCKs when I hear the phrase, “I didn’t fit in,” the word, “isolated” rapidly follows. What often happens ..."

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