Beyond Surviving – living and parenting abroad with a partner who works away from home Rhoda Bangerter You moved away to be closer together.But now you’re further apart than ever. Your partner’s job opportunity in another country seemed like an exciting idea, but lengthy work assignments mean you’re holding down the family fort – alone.… Read More Holding the Fort Abroad – Out Now!
Join Rhoda Bangerter and the Summertime Publishing team behind the creation of her new book: Holding the Fort Abroad. Rhoda Bangerter is a coach for solo parenting expat mums in long-distance marriages – a topic she knows intimately after 15 years living a global life in an intercultural marriage, while raising third culture kids (TCKs).… Read More Holding the Fort Abroad – Virtual Book Launch
Knowitall.ch interviews Paul Vanderbroeck, co-author of HERE WE ARE: The International Career Couple Handbook. Q: What is your favorite chapter/quote you wrote and why? A: It’s a quote from one of the successful ICC’s we interviewed, it’s about communication within the couple: “The foundation of our couple is so solid that we never need to… Read More The International Career Couple – Interview with Paul Vanderbroeck
“As an expat living in Spain for 14 years, this book resonates in a way that other accounts don’t. It speaks to the slices of life, good and bad, that people don’t think or talk about enough, when they envision living abroad and it hit home in a very powerful and real way.” Sam Mednick… Read More Great Reviews for #LivingTheDream
Beyond Surviving – living and parenting abroad with a partner who works away from home Rhoda Bangerter You moved away to be closer togetherBut now you’re further apart than ever Your partner’s job opportunity in another country seemed like an exciting idea, but lengthy work assignments mean you’re holding down the family fort – alone.… Read More Holding the Fort Abroad – Pre-order Now!
Expat life stripped bare Edited by Carrie Frais Grief, loneliness, Brexit, motherhood, identity, belonging, single parenthood, rootlessness, drinking culture and integration are just some of the issues tackled in a series of powerful stories written by ten women on the challenges of expat life. In one of the first books of its kind, these women reveal… Read More #LivingTheDream
Paul Vanderbroeck & Jannie Aasted Skov-Hansen are co-authors of HERE WE ARE: The International Career Couple Handbook. The book argues that the future of global careers requires a holistic strategic perspective to living and working internationally. Paul Vanderbroeck joined the Breakfast Show on WRS Radio to talk about the book and the research behind it. Listen… Read More The International Career Couple Handbook: an Interview with Paul Vanderbroeck
“I highly, highly recommend this book to not only parents, but to all educators, social service professionals, medically related personnel, and anyone else who loves and works with this population. You will be glad you took the time to read it, I promise you!” Ruth E Van Reken, Hon DLitt Co-author, Third Culture Kids, 3rd… Read More Raising Global Teens, What the Experts Say
A Creative Process for Navigating Change by Sara J. Simons The Art of Transition guides you through strategic processing, utilizing both logic (left-brain engagement) exercises, and creative brain integration (right-brain engagement) through simple but effective art and movement exercises. How do we approach transition—especially difficult and often unwanted transitions—with our whole selves, not just our… Read More Out Now – The Art of Transition
The International Career Couple Handbook Here We Are – The International Career Couple Handbook provides a new way to approach internationally mobile talent. From a foundation of deeply caring for a global workforce, it offers real-life insights into the challenges and opportunities for International Career Couples (ICC) and the organisations that deploy them. With in-depth… Read More Out Now – Here We Are
Jo and her partner Jan set off from their home in Prague to their summer home in Marbella at the beginning of March for their regular one week a month in the sun. They ended up being locked-down for 100 days. The whole of Europe watched in horror as the Covid-19 crisis unfolded, first in… Read More 100 Days in Spain by Jo Weaver