More on Culture Shock

03/01/2015

From one of my favorite blogger resources:


On Culture Shock and Reversed Culture Shock

03/01/2015

Who of you lives or has lived in a different culture and experienced both forms of culture shock?  I sure did!  Here are some resources for you from one of my favorite Bloggers:


Entering a new culture: Space: a new way of relating to our surroundings

28/09/2014

I can still remember how I had to get used to large spaces in the USA after moving here from urban Europe. I also remember how difficult it was to get used to the US citizens’ needs for more space between individuals than I was used to. Space is a big issue!
Read more: http://cultureshocktoolbox.com/2014/09/space-new-way-relating-surroundings/#ixzz3EdyAj1QB
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Culture Shock

09/12/2013

Living in another language
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Something to consider


6 things no one tells you about reverse culture shock

28/08/2013

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I can relate to all of them, who else can, too?


28/09/2013

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ebook: Inside out – Journeying through culture shock

The e-course is currently being rewritten, expanded and redesigned into an ebook. The ebook will feature stories and simple solutions for anyone dealing with the challenges of being abroad. For more information visit my launchrock page by clicking on the image below! Be one of the first to find out when it launches!

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Travel Mantras!

2013-07-06 09:49:01-04

If you’re moving to another country (as an international student, expat or globetrotter) you might enjoy receiving my 12 weekly affirmations. For 3 months, I will send you one affirmation every week to support you and help you adapt to your new environment. I am offering this simply because affirmations work really well for me […]

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Dude, where is home?

“So, where is home?” It’s a question I didn’t used to like because I didn’t have an answer to it. Not that I have one now. Many people say that home is where you make it. But what exactly does that mean? How do you ‘make a home’? 9 years ago, during a trek in […]

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Handy-dandy packing checklist!

A handy-dandy packing checklist! Pack to ease your culture shock!

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Sick overseas? Here’s the bright side!

This is one of the best bathroom signs I’ve ever seen: Aptly, it was pinned to the door of a bathroom stall in a hostel in Barranco, Lima and my first confrontation with the wide-spread practice: anything biological goes in the loo, everything else in the trashcan. I think this sign provides excellent advice – […]

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10 symptoms of a multilingual brain

28/08/2013

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I can relate, can you?


10 symptoms of a multilingual brain

27/07/2013

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a list that is true for many of us multilinguals…


Honking around the world

28/05/2014

Honking can reveal cultural messages specific to different countries. Read more here, reblogged from:
http://cultureshocktoolbox.com/2014/05/honking-around-the-world/#axzz331Q9gzf6


Please be patient, I have a multilingual brain

28/04/2014

I can relate to this request, can you? Those of us who use more languages than one have one more layers of thinking to do. Read more here from one of my favorite BLOGS:
Read more: http://cultureshocktoolbox.com/2014/04/please-patient-multilingual-brain/#ixzz30BXGgO9C
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