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What Every Expat Needs To KnowThe Challenges Of Living In A Foreign Country Don T Begin And End With Culture Shock People Who Move Abroad Experience Unique Pressures, Anxieties And Personal And Family Problems, Which Are Often Difficult To Anticipate And A Challenge To Overcome Culture Shock What Is It Really Affairs And Other Marriage Busters Raising Third Culture Kids Being Single Overseas Expatriate Burnout The Unforeseen Trials Of Returning Home On The Principle That Awareness Is Half The Cure, Psychologist Cathy Tsang Feign Identifies And Explains Most Of The Common Personal, Relationship And Family Problems Encountered By People Living Abroad From The Initial Culture Shock To The Special Joys And Pitfalls Of The Expatriate Experience, To The Challenges Of Re Entering Your Own Native CountryIn This Revised And Expanded New Edition, Dr Tsang Feign Uses Real Life Examples And Easy To Understand Explanations To Fully Prepare You For A Move Abroad, And To Help Those Already There To Help Themselves Live A Well Rounded, Satisfying LifeCathy Tsang Feign, PhD Is A Psychologist And An Expert In Expatriate And Cross Cultural Psychology, Based On Decades Of Experience Working With International Executives And Diplomats And Their Families Around The World Trained In The USA, She Has Practiced In Los Angeles, Atlanta, London And Hong Kong She Is A Consultant For Multinational Companies And A Frequent Columnist Who Has Written Extensively On Psychological Advice For Expatriates


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10 thoughts on “Keep Your Life, Family and Career Intact While Living Abroad

  1. says:

    The first paragraph of Dr Cathy Tsang Feign s Keep Your Life, Family and Career Intact While Living Abroad third edition, revised and expanded is as concise, true and informative as the rest of her book There is a lot of romance associated with living abroad It is often seen as a life of glamour, of white suits and high tea on palm shaded verandas, chauffeurs and servants and dinners with diplomats, with no problems in store other than a touch of culture shock Foreword Culture Shock, Dr Tsang Feign says is better defined as acculturation, a process which can last from six months to than a year The process is broken up into four easy to understand steps Elation When first in a foreign country, one finds it quite stimulating that most things are so unlike back home Resistance Frequent comparisons between home and the host country make everything back home seem so much better Transformation Individuals feel familiar with the environment and begin to see the good side of the host country Integration Cultural barriers are bridged Having lived abroad for many years, both as a child and as an adult, I found this theory to be completely accurate In my experience I have found some countries easier to settle into than others, but the overall process is the same, just slower or faster This book is extremely insightful it explains theories, shows real life examples and offers helpful advice and tips I certainly wish I d read it twenty years ago However, I know that I can dip back in it as and when I need to The book covers and broad range of topics, such as Problems of Moving , Third Culture Kids , Stress at Work and Home and All Alone and Far From Home I cannot recommend this book for people living, or thinking about, living abroad.


  2. says:

    The only book out there to prepare expatriates and their families psychologically for living and working abroad.