This is a list of how often and where the term 'the dip' appears in the book The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition.
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Chapter 4: Fish Out of Water39.
"... be understood. You might eat out a lot at all your favorite restaurants. Then one day you wake up and feel yourself having a mind shift. - the dip - Suddenly everything and everybody seems so materialistic, shallow, ethnocentric, and bigoted and the list goes on and on. You find yourself ..."92.
"... insightful expression of what this child was experiencing throughout the shock of transition. ▪ He obviously went through the dip and wanted to flee – “yelling, screaming, wanting out.” ▪ He expressed marginalization – “They look different…They feel different,” “the ..."172.
"... it is necessary to treat your home country the way you would any other foreign country because it is foreign to you in many ways. - Hitting the dip - Once the honeymoon period is over reality begins to set in and feelings of fun and excitement give way to a whole spectrum of emotions. ..."
"...help your student make plans to be off campus or have a relative or well-liked family friend visit your student for the weekend activities. This popular weekend is scheduled in the fall and comes right about the time your student will most likely be dealing with the lows of the dip in the curve during the transition stage. The pangs of homesickness will be intense and the “fight or flight” phenomenon may be exacerbated. ..."