The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...with him rather than becoming angry at him. Brent did not receive any type of re-entry training before the start of college and as is many times the case, he had a difficult time with his transition and was eventually treated for depression. You will hear more about his journey and his advice to you throughout these pages. ..."

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"...Your upcoming transition from high school to college or university may seem like a journey into the deep unknown, but over the next few chapters you will come to know what you can expect to feel over the next year and beyond. As William D. Taylor’s quote indicates, transitions can be keenly anticipated rather than feared. Our largest fears in life are based on ..."

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"...during her semester abroad to China. She needed to talk with someone who could help her make sense of the emotions she experienced during the different phases of her travels. Through the sensitive, insightful and descriptive entries in those crinkled and folded pages I was able to follow her journey through each of the three most difficult stages of transition – leaving, transition and entering. Whether you are leaving for a foreign culture or returning to a familiar one, you cannot avoid experiencing the transition cycle. She described her feelings so clearly, I requested her permission to reprint sections ..."
"...what their losses are because they have been repeatedly told they should not be so negative. The grief is then so suppressed that they have a difficult time going there on their own. This is when a professional therapist can come alongside them and walk with them on this journey of discovering those hidden losses. ..."
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"... As you can see in Marie’s journal entry below that immediately followed the one at the beginning of this chapter, she, without even realizing it, was facing her fears and losses, while at the same validating her experiences and recognizing the value of having taken the journey. - ..."
"...Many cultures have wisely built traditions around saying proper farewells to help people move forward on their journeys. One of the most effective I have ever experienced incorporated reconciliation, affirmation and farewells into one gesture. When my family was leaving Switzerland a couple who had served as medical missionaries in Nepal for many years invited us over for a farewell dinner. As soon as we entered their ..."
"...Going through and strapping each of the four logs together to form a RAFT (reconciliation, affirmation, farewells, and think destination) will ensure that you not only leave well, but that your transition journey will be a psychologically healthy one that will help you enter well on the other side. Allowing yourself to reconcile relationships, affirm those important to you, say farewell and process the grief that goes along with it will bring validation to your past, release you from it and let ..."

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"... time distinguishing between genuine overtures of friendship from religious congregations and the organized recruitment by cults.” - Embrace the journey - Make the most out of your time wherever you end up. Embrace your experience. It is a journey. You chose this place for some reason ..."
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"... - Embrace the Journey - Make the most out of your time wherever you end up. Embrace your experience. It is a journey. You chose this place for some reason that perhaps initially escapes you, but you will remember soon enough. As with anything, give it some time. - Stay Positive - No ..."

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"...journeyread Dr. Barbara Schaetti’s addendum, “A Most Excellent journey” to Robin Pascoe’s book, Raising Global Nomads, I felt like the light bulb finally turned on in my brain. I got it! Up until three years ago when reading Dave Pollock’s and Ruth Van Reken’s Third Culture Kids book I had ..."
"...– Fossils are anything which might be a stumbling block for you as you leave your host culture and readjust in your new home or school culture. Just as a fossil is hard and rigid, some people get rather hard and inflexible when they meet difficulties in their transition journey. A fossilized TCP tends to stay in the same spot too long and develop negative attitudes towards people or perhaps make destructive life choices because they feel uncomfortable in their situation. ..."

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"... students who can help in the adjustment process. They are there to guide you and give out advice, but they will not parent you. - journey into Maturity - Getting a good education aside, the college experience is also a journey into maturity. At least that’s what parents would like to ..."
"...Getting a good education aside, the college experience is also a journey into maturity. At least that’s what parents would like to believe they are paying for. Not only are you responsible for your behavior but also for your health, your security, your grades, your social life, and your spending, among other things. It would be wise to understand what expectations ..."

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"...is not possible to touch upon them all. 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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