Living Abroad - When Life Changes
An expat partner, or trailing partner, is the married partner of an expatriate employee transferred or hired to work abroad. Historically, trailing partner have been a largely female population, but this has changed over time as more male expat partner follow their wives abroad.
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It all sounded almost too perfect. A fresh start in a new country, with plenty of chances to enjoy, explore, and experience a new and exciting part of the world. Friends were congratulating you, your husband or wife was stepping up in his career, and a much-needed change of scenery was right around the corner.
The downsides are easy to ignore at first, but can grew into real problems. You might have left your job, as well as your friends and family. Language barriers reduce your ability to form social connections, and maybe you feeling like an outsider. Pressure can be mounting, to find the best new school for the kids, make new friends, and figure out how to create your life in an unfamiliar land.
I have moved several times and it is an adventure but it also an overwhelming situation to live in a new country where you might not speak the language or understand the culture. Where do I buy my milk, is the neighborhood safe, where do I find friends, are my children getting the quality education etc etc.
Sometimes the best to overcome issues is to have someone to talk through all obstacles without judging you what is right and wrong. I would have loved a coach myself when life felt hard and dark for me and therefore I am would like to coach and help you! This program will be different than Health4Me - we focus on you as long as you want and we start with one free session and then you decide how many follow up sessions you want.