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PostSubject: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Thu 3 Aug - 23:14

Yes, we are back, and I know it's hard for everybody (especially for you american guys who need to live without us now...). I had and still have some hard time to adjust, I keep talking English everyday and sometimes mixe it with my own language. I miss you guys and the other I felt like a starnger in my own country when I went in the bus and it was time for me to buy a ticket, it was so usual before I left France for one year that now it looked so weird, I think the driver thought I was a little bit tired... It is probably more easy for me since I have my dear love in my heart, I miss you my friends!
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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Fri 18 Aug - 17:38

Hi, Jerome, you look cool with that vialin. I didn't know you could play.

Yes, I have the same feeling like you. I just finished teaching a group of North Americans chinese for three weeks. I felt more comfortable staying with them than staying with my Chinese friends. That's strange. I am still trying hard to adjust myself, I think I am doing better. But I also know I will never be the same like before.

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Fri 18 Aug - 17:47

yes it's still difficult sometimes to be back, and that's right that I feel different too, I feel renew in my faith an in my beliefs.

P.S: I don't play, I just pretend for the picture Smile

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Fri 18 Aug - 19:47

Hey !!!

I think i need to tell you what is my feeling. I feel like Jerome, more like a stranger in my home country and the biggest problem is my parents. They do every things for me but i was independant for one year and now i feel like i have to always do the best when i am with them. Since i am home i spent more than 2 weeks in switzerland and when i go back in France for one or two days it seems that everybody wants to know everythings about every moments...
I guess i Have to work on this.

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Fri 18 Aug - 19:50

Haa Switzerland, so close...

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Sat 19 Aug - 10:20

Switzerland it's where i work...

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Wed 13 Sep - 23:09

Hello dear IVEPers! Very Happy This is a really great forum and its really encouraging to see that you are communicating with eachother and staying in touch. And remember, re-adjusting is HARD, but you can all help each other out! And besides, you remember when you had culture shock here in the USA/Canada? Then you adjusted, so the same thing will happen now! You will adjust, I promise... even if it takes a long time. My prayers are with you always and stay in touch!
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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Mon 18 Sep - 14:08

So glad to see our great coordinator here! Thank you for being part of this forum. I hope many interestging topics will appear as we'll have something to chat about.

I think for myself the cultural shock is not completly gone, I still love to wear my "Phillies shirt" and talk English to myself sometimes (especially if I need to respond quikly, without having time to think), but it's probably because I like this language and I still use it a lot.

Hope to see you here often!

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PostSubject: Re: Readjustement, Inverse Cultural Shock   Tue 19 Sep - 19:38

Just for say it i like to wear my Nebraska Husker T-shirt Laughing

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