13 Things I Go Through Every Summer

When someone moves to another country, they are forced to awkwardly navigate their way through a foreign culture, stumble through the process of learning another language, and learn about local politics and government.  While coming to understand another culture, it is natural to compare it to the one from which they came.  What many do not realize (until their first trip back home) is how differently they will view their mother country after becoming used to another one.  Of course, this concept is called reverse culture shock.

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