I am in the process of doing interviews to my upcoming book from Talentum. This book is about living a life outside your own native country with all of the different things that you will be facing during the years. I am looking for individuals, families to be interviewed in topics such as:
1) Reasons for moving abroad
2) How have you been able to balance your new life with your career outside your own native country
3) How do you deal with the fact that you can’t be active with your family back home
4) How do you deal with the fact that your parents are aging and you are not able to help them out?
There are lots of things that you do not think about when you move abroad and this new book will deal with lots of these issues, but will also give lots of good advice, advice that I did not have when I moved to US more than 10 years ago from my native Finland.
Delfin Vassallo says
This sounds very interesting, over all because after living in 4 different countries from two continents for the last 10 years, I had never asked myself those questions…
Anytime, so willing to callaborate with you!
I hope that you will participate as you have exactly the background that I am looking for. Stay tuned for more!
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Mayara Rodrigues says
Hello, I do not know if I can help you. But I still live in my native country with intention to leave him to live in Canada.
My reasons are simple, but concrete: I live in Brazil, a difficult country to build a good future. Here everything is too complicated, not that I’m afraid of challenges, however. But to win, we need to study and work.
Many people leave their homeland and family to finally help them. So that we can devote to a career when we are in a totally different country, we must be more than good, and therefore have some difficulty.
There are cases of people who “escape” from their houses for realizing your dreams, such as living in another country.With this, they lose contact with their families and when they are no longer the “have” to you as before.In my opinion, can not be with the family, it would be like murdering my soul because it is my family who supports me and believes in my dreams my goals. Do not know how it would be without their support.
However, those who immigrate aims to improve the situation you are in your family and yourself.
If you have willpower, and goals to meet, conquer all things, even when our family is growing older without being able to do anything, fight without giving up access it and change the situation.
I hope I have helped and I also expect a response.
Success with the new book.
I would love to include you into my survey… can you send me your email address to ‘petri.salonen(at)tellusinternational.com and the ‘at’ sign is @. I am using the address this way to avoid spammers.