The Happy Migrant

The Happy Migrant : Your Relocation Survival Guide

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The Happy Migrant is your guide book for coping emotionally with relocation to a new country or state.Preparing for Your Move: you will be guided to explore your values and your reasons for moving. We will look at adapting your routine to create time for the practical aspects of moving, discuss emotions that could arise during the move, and how change can affect you. We will look at the logistics of the move as well as the importance of self care and relaxation.Family and Friends: we look at the possible reactions of friends and family when you leave. Maintaining positive relationships with those left behind, as well as creating new friendships at your destination; both crucial aspects of a successful move. Enjoying and Embracing Your New Environment: we explore the practical issues of arrival at your destination. We bring awareness to cultural differences, explore your new home, find balance and cope with homesickness.Relationship Survival Before, During and After the Move: you are encouraged to focus on your relationship with your spouse and children. Communication, helping each other, attitude and balance are vital to ensure you can support each other and maintain a strong connection throughout the process.
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Product details

  • Paperback | 150 pages
  • 140 x 215 x 10mm | 227g
  • Coolum Beach, QLD, Australia
  • English
  • 0987052500
  • 9780987052506
  • 2,275,023

About Kama J. Frankling

Kama J Frankling has moved around the world as a teenager, wife, mother, employee and a divorcee trying to find her feet, she has experienced the emotions of moving country from all different angles. Kama discovered ways to prepare for, acknowledge and accept these emotions. She now shares what she has learned with others. Kama is a confidence coach, photographer who has learnt to embrace moving to a new country or state.
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