Family Support Resources

  • 10 Oct 2012 2:31 PM | Anonymous
    In one's dreams, language is no problem, the natives are always friendly, and every day is another adventure in paradise. The reality, however, is quite different--especially for the dependents of people whose careers take them overseas
    Pascoe, Robin (1992). Times Books International.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:30 PM | Anonymous
    This book is for couples who know that moving isn’t all about furniture. Pascoe’s own relocation experiences give the book the intimacy and credibility of a conversation with a close friend.
    Pascoe, Robin (2003). Expatriate Press Limited.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:28 PM | Anonymous
    A lot has changed since well-known Canadian author Robin Pascoe wrote Culture Shock! A Parent's Guide. The world has become globalized, digitalized, and sadly, terrorized. That's the big picture that Pascoe examines in Raising Global Nomads.
    Pascoe, Robin (2006).  Expatriate Press Limited.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:26 PM | Anonymous
    Every year, hundreds of thousands of Americans and their families accept the challenge of living and working abroad. But many of these prospective expatriates have little idea--beyond the mystery of changing money and finding the consulate.
    Osland, J. S. (1995). Jossey-Bass.

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:23 PM | Anonymous
    For women especially, relocating can be a traumatic event. With true stories, ingenious insights, and helpful hints, this great book makes transitioning smoother so women can get on with their lives.
    Miller, Susan (1998). Focus on the Family Publishing

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  • 10 Oct 2012 2:21 PM | Anonymous
    Everyone moves at least once in his or her lifetime, and many people move a number of times. As exciting or stimulating as a move can be, it can also be a traumatic event, sending shock waves through your life that can reverberate for years.
    Meltzer, G., & Grandjean, E. (1993).  Multilingual Matters Ltd.

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  • 09 Oct 2012 12:48 PM | Anonymous
    McKay, V. L. (1989). VLM Enterprises.

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  • 09 Oct 2012 12:46 PM | Anonymous
    I was struck by the tremendous insights of parents, children, and health and education professionals. So many of the interviewees spoke with great emotion, from their core, to get across the intensity of their convictions.
    McCluskey, K. C. (Ed.). (1994).  U.S. Foreign Service Youth Foundation.

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  • 04 Oct 2012 1:09 PM | Anonymous
    "This is essential reading by everyone with a heart for missions; those who send, those who are sent and especailly those on the welcome committee when they return".........Garaham Kerr.
    Jordan, Peter (1992). YWAM Publishing.

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  • 04 Oct 2012 1:07 PM | Anonymous
    Jehle-Caitcheon, Ngaire (2003). Aletheia Publications.

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