Archive for: expat isolation

Tips for getting in touch with your childhood creativity

Laura J Stephens, author of “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing, 2012) on childhood memories and re-activating childhood creativity.

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Author’s invitation to pay attention in the present moment

Psychotherapist Laura J Stephens, author of “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing, 2012), reflects on mindfulness.

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Memoir is “evocative reading for those acquainted with the invisible assassins Culture Shock and Depression”

Aisha Ashraf, the blogger behind ExpatLog.com, reviews “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing, 2012) by Laura J Stephens.

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Psychotherapist shares her “sleep improvement plan”

Each month psychotherapist Laura J Stephens, author of “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing, 2012), shares tips on overcoming expat-related challenges.

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Laura J Stephens’s memoir is “dark and broody but revelational and comic”, says Jack Scott

Jack Scott, author of Perking the Pansies (2011) reviews “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (2012) by fellow Summertime Publishing author Laura J Stephens.

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Forgive and forget? Psychologist and author Laura J Stephens shares her thoughts

In her latest blog, Laura J Stephens, author of “An Inconvenient Posting: An Expat Wife’s Memoir of Lost Identity” (Summertime Publishing 2012), discusses what it means to forgive and forget.

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