Are you an expatriate?
Have you ever thought: "I feel I'm not myself," "I'm lost," "This isn't me," or "How will I ever feel at home here?"
Countless expatriates have found themselves in crisis after moving to a new country, and many experiences of relocation have led to hardship for individuals and their loved ones.
Through the pioneering work of Martina Famos, who has counselled expatriates for over a decade in Zurich, Switzerland, Cultural Grief is an inspiring and practical guide to help expatriates understand the effects of relocation, learn what triggers the difficult emotions, and how they can navigate through this transition healthily.
The book also gives expert and uplifting advice on how to consciously turn any form of life crises into a time of profound self-growth.
ISBN : 978-1-80439-382-6
Pages : 98
Size : 205x140
Imprint : Olympia Publishers
The intercultural atmosphere Martina Famos has grown up in has formed her natural talent of understanding different cultures, the clashes that can arise when people have contrasting sociological reasoning, and has set the ground for contributing professionally to a peaceful multicultural society. Besides her experience as a counselor working with international individuals and couples in difficult situations, she had the exceptional ability to guide expatriates by a pragmatic and compassionate concept through their integration process.