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HappyDaddy
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culture shock after a trip

Traveling abroad can give you a major shift of opinion about your own home surroundings and activities, and knowing how to cope with culture shock after a trip abroad can be a major obstacle if you experienced significant personal growth and/or spent a long time away from home. You've had a very unique experience that may require some adjustment time before you're back in your normal routine, and you will have to realize that not everyone may be empathetic to what you are going through. What should we do to handle the culture shock?

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Morningstar
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culture shock after a trip

Happens sometimes. I know what you feel. Start by thinking about your personal health.Eat well, and get plenty of rest so that your body can stay healthy and stave off any illnesses caused by a run-down immune system.Readjust your sleep schedule so that you return to sleeping around a schedule based on local time.Look at things or use things that remind you of your time abroad to help bring back fun and exciting memories. Often times these items can make for wonderful conversation pieces.Display trinkets from your travels around your home. These could include such items as statues, rugs, table displays or something as simple as a Christmas ornament that you hang on your tree.Wear items such as scarves, pins or other adornments that remind you of your trip abroad.Don't hesitate to bring up the item or items that you are wearing or displaying in a conversation. This will give you an excuse to chat about your time abroad as well as share useful insight on the trip that may help the person that you are speaking to empathize with any feelings of longing to return to that state of being abroad.

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Marcus12
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culture shock after a trip

I beg your pardon, but the theme of the post is not that clear to me as you probably think it is for all of us here! but i will try to make it work in the other way...so, let's say, I have been traveling through the Idia...a unique country indeed, the unusual and very very special. And as a matter of fact, it is the real one after visiting which you will not be able to get out of the same feeling which is obviously the best - the knowledge of the new destination. okay, you may be surprised during the trip, but that is how it works anyway,,get the feeling, live the moment, and you will be blessed thus happy person! http://gayweekends.com   and give this portal a try while planning!

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JasperJ
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culture shock after a trip

the culture shock you were saying that it is possible to experience something like this and therefore, you have to be ready to make things work better with your inner self-development..  as a frequent traveler in the past, I am willing to tell you that it is possible to experience the culture shock when you are in the countries of the Africa and Asia.. not every single one of course! because Asia has a huge number of very developed countries, which are staying far away ahead from the European once, certainly..! to avoid the culture shock you can refuse to visit some extraordinary places and exotic countries...! so, it is always up to you and only you

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CarlosFerro
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I am not the frequent flyer and traveller (unfortunately), but definitely, it will be surely the shock when you will have the long journey, especially to the country with the drastically different culture type for us. And you know, it happened to me that the travelling abroad can give you a major shift of opinion about your own home surroundings and activities, and knowing how to cope with culture shock after a trip abroad can be a major obstacle if you experienced significant personal growth and/or spent a long time away from home. But this is the understandable challenge and of course, I totally agree with the idea that you have to get used to everything what is happening with you.

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Valeos
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culture shock after a trip

Hello to all my dear readers))) In fact, I had the experience of cultural shock after traveling. And sometimes it is now, but very very rarely. When I just started traveling to different countries, especially remember my first trip to Beijing, I was shocked by the culture of China, honestly. They eat and cook on the street in antihygienic conditions, men go naked to the waist from above in the heat, constantly make burps and all this is only part of what I saw ... But often it was the other way round, after traveling to other countries I returned more cultured, and such trips I liked more)))

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