Family Support Resources

  • 11 Oct 2012 8:15 PM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe talks about hierarchies and class systems amongst expats.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 8:14 PM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe tells a story about a metaphor for moving boxes.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 8:12 PM | Anonymous
    Robin Pascoe imagines what it must be like for a pet to get left on assignment while the family takes a long home leave.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:59 AM | Anonymous
    A fictional diary of a home leave stay followed by tips for a pleasant home leave stay.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:45 AM | Anonymous
    Expecting that home will be the way it was when you left? Are you instead shocked to discover that both you and home have changed? The Art of Coming Home offers the solid advice you need to reduce the stress of the transition experience.
    Storti, C. (1997). Intercultural Press.

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  • 11 Oct 2012 9:42 AM | Anonymous
    Military brats, global nomads, missionary kids and others who have spent some years overseas will be interested in this collection of essays by authors who have lived overseas, raised children in other cultures, or conducted social-scientific studies.
    Smith, C. D. (Ed.). (1996). Aletheia Publications.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:32 PM | Anonymous
    Readers will quickly discover ways to move forward with compelling chapters about triumphing over procrastination, making things happen, dusting off dreams, nourishing their minds, dealing with disappointment, and more.
    Roman, Beverly D. (2008). BR Anchor Publishing.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:30 PM | Anonymous
    Home Away From Home is your guide to personal and professional success while living abroad.
    Roman, Beverly D. (2008). BR Anchor Publishing.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 3:29 PM | Anonymous
    With bags packed, crates shipped out, children briefed, parents consoled, you are ready for life in a foreign country. All is fine until initial excitement gives way to fear and doubt.
    Rabe, Monica (1997). Graphic Arts Center Publishing Company.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:36 PM | Anonymous
    Neal Pirolo is the director of Emmaus Rd Int. Having sensed that reentry support was the most neglected, yet greatly needed, he has given us this throughtful study on how to care for returning missionaries.
    Pirolo, Neal (2000). San Diego, California: Emmaus Road International.

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