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Do you like making big changes? Do you deal well with it? I normally don't....... Feel free to share about your experience with a big change in your life that worked for the better.

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Wow, that is incredible! I'm really excited to hear that.
I'm going to share an experience via PM. :)

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primeiro 9 months ago

I think it is great. I am very happy for you. I think everyone should live in another country for at least one year. It is a wonderful experience that everyone should have. I don't know what possesses people to want to live in just one country their entire lives. I can't think of anything worse.

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Tiffanee 9 months ago

In response to “I think it is great. I am very happy for you...


I guess people are comfortable. Making changes can also bring bad stuff with it.

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Sofia 9 months ago

In response to “(biggrin) I guess people are comfortable...

Yours is a practical view... I'm glad you have that sensibility about you - that may help to ensure a more pleasant, safer visit :)

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PartyOfOne 9 months ago

I did a big change when I took my family and moved from Canada to Southern California, Los Angeles for 5 years. It was definitely well worth it. No regrets!!!

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SynysterGates 9 months ago

I've lived in a few different countries in my day. Not always voluntarily but some I really liked. It's not hard to change but the best advice I can give you is to try and blend in with the locals!

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Rooster 9 months ago

Well, if things don't work out in North Korea.....

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Freeranger 9 months ago

I have felt at least little apprehensive about big changes in my life, along with the sometimes thrill of the unknown. I don't think it will necessarily be either of those scenarios, Sophia. :)

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Piper2 9 months ago

Cool, do it.

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AliceD 9 months ago

In response to “Cool, do it.

I should add, some people are very ordered in nature and others are somewhat chaotic, I lean toward the very chaotic myself :)

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AliceD 9 months ago

Congratulations on moving to Australia (biggrin). I’ll get the barbecue ready, just watch out for the killer koalas (hehe)

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OzSurfer 9 months ago

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I'm more worried about the kangaroos.

A little extra:
While looking for the gif, I found this one xD

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Sofia 9 months ago

In response to “(hehe)(hehe) I'm more worried about the...

Haha! the second one is even funnier (hehe)

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OzSurfer 9 months ago

I'm not good with took about three years before my husband could talk me out of moving out of my home and to a neighboring town, into a new home. But that was the best thing that ever happened.

I know you'll adjust quite well. Enjoy your new experience.

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StarzAbove 9 months ago

It's something you'll always thank yourself for doing. Moving to another country is a little difficult in the beginning, but it gets better with time. I am the worst when it comes to adjusting at new places, with new people. But it's like they taught us math; the more you expose yourself to such situations, the more comfortable you feel.

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ZaraZooper 9 months ago

Tell what country and I might able to advise you before you go and maybe save yourself some grief

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Brianl 9 months ago

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London. You'll be fine there. Treat it like any other big city. Be wary of those who are Too ready to help. Especially when the help it is unbidden.

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Brianl 9 months ago

In response to “London. You'll be fine there. Treat it like...

Thank you :)

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Sofia 9 months ago

Most likely the former.

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Vrendowl 1 month ago

In response to “Most likely the former.

I haven't disappeared, so I guess you're right :D


Sofia 1 month ago