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Preparing for Your Move Abroad: Relocating, Settling In and Managing Culture Shock

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This comprehensive, step-by-step guide is designed to prepare you for your move abroad and to enable you to manage the transition effectively. Alone in the market, it combines the practical, cultural, and psychological aspects of relocation, and helps to allay the fears and reduce the stresses that accompany this major event in a person’s life.

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Paperback, 240 pages
Published March 6th 2012 by Kuperard (first published January 1st 2012)
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Carrie
I'm only in the early stages of this book, reading the Kindle version. So far I am really grateful this book exists because it has made me think about some to-do items that hadn't crossed my mind. The idea of huge life change is terrifying enough without the fear and confusion of making dumb mistakes in the process like forgetting to cancel an account or agreeing to work overtime when you should be packing. I bought this book hoping for information about visas, moving timelines and cost ranges, ...more
Dale
It's all about planning. This is mostly aimed at people relocating for work, but is applicable to anyone planning to emigrate. The author is a psychologist, and so focuses a good deal of attention on the cognitive and emotional aspects of a move - such as understanding up front what are the positive and negative aspects of the move, what are your goals and expectations, etc. And she talks quite a bit about the post-honeymoon culture shock period after a relocation and how to deal with it.
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