Germans are often criticised for not being polite, but for following the rules. However, in the midst of coronavirus crisis, Germans are not only committed and disciplined but presenting themselves as strong team players:
One of the most common features of expat depression is negative thinking. Unrealistic expectations, lack of a support network and dealing with the foreign language can create a lot of pessimism. Here are 3 effective tipps:
German social behaviour differs extremely from, let's say, English speakers' behaviour. This can lead to expats feeling a lot of frustration, irritation and loneliness. Here's some advice on how to get those Germans to loosen up:
Moving to a new country every couple of years can cause strong feelings of exhaustion, resignation or even hopelessness. A new job, a new home or a new baby can confront you with a series of changes in quick succession. Here are 3 tips for avoiding "change fatigue":
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