The Re-entry Roadmap: Find Your Best Next Step After Living Abroad

Author: Cate Brubaker

Language: English

Summary: Are you returning “home” after living, working or studying abroad? Warning: for most people, re-entry (also called reverse culture shock or repatriation) is the HARDEST part of the entire living abroad experience!

That’s why the Re-entry Roadmap workbook takes you by the hand and guides you through this challenging transition.

Filled with fresh insights, thought-provoking activities, and actionable advice, the Re-entry Roadmap gives you the keys to greater insight, meaning, and ease in re-entry by helping you:

(1) Process your complex emotions,

(2) Navigate changing relationships,

(3) Talk about your life abroad in a way that engages others,

(4) Be the authentic, global person you’ve become…everywhere,

(5) Create a future that’s even better than your past! .

This lively, humorous, and engaging guide then shows you how to put what you’ve learned about yourself into a plan of action – your “Forward Launch” – for living a beautiful, meaningful, and satisfying global life that you love no matter where in the world you are.

Whether you’re just about to return, are in the middle of the re-entry or have been back a while, the Re-entry Roadmap will help you find confidence, clarity, and connection, as well as your best next step.

The Re-entry Roadmap workbook is perfect for: Expats, Peace Corps volunteers, JET program teachers, Fulbright scholars, Rotary scholars, International school teachers, Study abroad students, Exchange students, Service-learning students, Gap year students, Embassy workers, Missionaries, Military families, Third culture kids, and solo, family, and long-term travelers. (amazon)

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