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An Inconvenient Posting - An Expat Wife's Memoir of Lost Identity

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British psychotherapist, Laura J Stephens, already had the living abroad tee-shirt, and believed that another intercontinental move, this time to a country where they spoke the same language, would be child's play. How wrong she was! This always candid and often humorous memoir demonstrates that things don't always go as expected - particularly with three kids in tow and a ...more
Paperback, 312 pages
Published September 30th 2012 by Springtime Books (first published September 1st 2012)
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When husband, David, received the job offer of a lifetime to head up his company’s office in Houston, Texas, it could not have come at a worse time for Laura. Their young children were settled and thriving in the home that she cherished, she was close to launching her own career as a counsellor and her parents had moved nearby to enable them to spend quality time with their grandchildren while the still could. To say Laura was conflicted would be a sweeping understatement. But, her love and loya ...more
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