A film about the encounter between two cultures (Mexican and North American) in the peculiar multiculturalism that distinguishes American society, in which cultural contamination and contrast are mixed on several levels.Continue reading
Moving to a new country calls for a period of adaptation. This is a period that, on average, lasts from six months to a year. In this time frame, practically every expat lives through a so-called culture shock in a more or less intense way.Continue reading
We are at the end of January so how have the new year’s resolutions ended up after the holidays? Now back with a fair old load and good will, you had committed yourself to learning the language of the country where you live better, go on a diet, practice physical activity on a regular basis, take up that project once again that you have kept stowed away in a drawer for years and you know that the time has come to do it...Continue reading
What exactly is the role of the coach? How is the activity of coaching carried out? Why is coaching useful for expats? In what manner can the coach help any choosing to live and work abroad?
All the answers in the interview by Stefania Del Monte for Ciao Magazine, a global platform for art, culture and lifestyle in the Italian language.
Expatriation is a very peculiar time in the life of the expat, a time that also involves the most immediate family: partner, spouse, children... It is an event that cannot be reduced to a simple move or change of country, since that would mean overlooking all the other changes involved in said venture.Continue reading
Each one of us, consciously or otherwise, has her own cultural style, as a result of the basic values of the national culture, a style that could gradually be tweaked as you come into contact with other peoples and cultures, particularly when exposure to cultures different to ours continues over time.Continue reading