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The reality of living overseas is that you are going to grieve multiple things, deeply. Anyone moving out of their passport country has a dream. Some want to help HIV patients o…

AUTHOR(s): Jackson, William
SOURCE: A Life Overseas |

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You can't protect your kids from the pain of loss of a loved one, but you can help build healthy coping skills which will serve them well in adulthood.

AUTHOR(s): Ehmke, Rachel
SOURCE: Child Mind Institute

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Grief is an emotional, mental, and spiritual wound — and this is precisely because it is a relational wound.

AUTHOR(s): Caldwell, Tony
SOURCE: Red Letter Christians

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Online video by ministry worker with 13 years overseas experience, looking at many aspects of transition.

AUTHOR(s): Gina Butz
PUBLISHER: CRU
SOURCE: ginabutz.com

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When you go abroad to serve, you’re thinking about the language, the losses,and the excitement. When you return home you’re thinking about your friends and family, the losses, and the relief. Most aren’t thinking about the process of transition—and yet if you do, it can make the difference between a smooth entry and re-entry, or a decidedly bumpy landing. Veteran of serving abroad Amy Young is the perfect companion to guide you through the much-neglected process of transitions.   Practical...

AUTHOR(s): Amy Young
PUBLISHER: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform ISBN: 978-1-5196-2234-1

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