The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...you feel and tell him or her that you forgive him or her. On the other hand, if someone has pulled away from you, approach him and ask for forgiveness. This is all very difficult. It is not easy to humble yourself and open yourself up to be so vulnerable. But it really does free you when you forgive and grant forgiveness. ..."

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"... in this new place. You’ve been busy taking in all that is new and different, learning the social and cultural rules of the new community. Things are no longer overwhelming and chaotic, but you may still be feeling a bit marginal, vulnerable and uncertain. Don’t be surprised when, ..."
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"... ways. Coming away from that, I realized that it was time for me to let go, albeit not completely, and embrace my new life.” - Marginal, Introducing, vulnerable - - Marginal - Just like our semester abroad student mentions in her journal entry, self-doubt can set in when you feel you ..."
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"... your host country community has no merit here. You feel as though you have lost your identity and along with it went your self-esteem. - vulnerable - This is a vulnerable time for all college freshmen as they sort out their personal identities, but it is especially so for TCKs who are ..."
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"... - Vulnerable - This is a vulnerable time for all college freshmen as they sort out their personal identities, but it is especially so for TCKs who are not only dealing with the new surroundings but are sorting out their cultural identity as well. ▪ This is the time students ..."
"...appear depressed or lonely. Cult leaders know that students who are on their own for the first time, though pleased with their freedom, are anxious about taking responsibility for their own lives. Young people are searching for answers, for an identity, for some stability in their lives; they are vulnerable to the offer of instant community, a set of clear expectations, and ready answers to complex questions. International students, lonely and eager to learn about American culture, have a particularly difficult time distinguishing between genuine overtures of friendship from religious congregations and the organized recruitment by cults.” ..."

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"...to reach out to you. This is just what we talked about in Chapters 5 and 6 when we discussed how to meet people and build relationships. You must put yourself out there and take risks. This is tough because it is also the time when you are feeling vulnerable and wondering if you will be accepted. Don’t give in to the temptation to compare yourself to others. This can come easier to some people than others, but it is a skill that can be developed and useful throughout your life. ..."

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"... Partying involves alcohol and sometimes drugs. Alcohol lowers inhibitions, diminishes protective reflexes and interferes with the ability for rational decision making. Remember you are very vulnerable in your first year at school and everyone is looking to make friends. Do it the right way. ..."
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"... getting into a serious relationship the entire first year of school for several reasons: ▪ You are very vulnerable at this time with the chaos of re-entering (or entering) and learning the culture. ▪ You are also limiting yourself to making new friends when you are so wrapped up in ..."

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"...Sometimes you hear people talking about others who need ‘to get in touch with their feelings.’ What this really means is trying to push the ego aside and turn inward to experience how you feel without having to tell anyone. That way you can be vulnerable without risk of being discovered as a touchy-feely type, in case this label makes you nervous. ..."

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