Ease ‘Reverse Culture Shock’ After A Long Trip With Old Memories

Ease ‘Reverse Culture Shock’ After A Long Trip With Old Memories
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When you return home after travelling abroad for months or even years, you may feel like life is completely different — this is often called “reverse culture shock”. It’s tough, but reliving past memories with friends can help smooth it over.

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Make the extra effort to spend time with friends who you share the deepest connections with and talk about old memories together. You’ll be remember who and what you love about your home — and your friends will know you haven’t forgotten them in your absence.

You can even use this method to help your friends who return from long trips by reaching out to spend time together. Don’t just catch up with them — talk about the adventures you’ve also had with each other. For more tips on how to overcome reverse culture shock, check out the full post linked below.

Dealing with Reverse Culture Shock [Ytravel]