Lysanne Sizoo, psychotherapist UKCP reg., considers the issues faced by expats when either one or both halves of a couple are in a foreign country. Part 1: At home or abroad.
Our brilliant expat counsellor on overcoming the challenges of the expat cycle.
Homesickness: not always so much about missing the home we chose to leave, but about feeling temporarily exhausted by being an incomer in a new home that we have not yet made our own. Lysanne Sizoo is here to help.
Joanna West tackles the emotional wellbeing of our children and examines the role of Positive Education in Luxembourg.
It's International Women's Day and Joanna Gilbride has some great advice for men and women living in the Duchy.
Lysanne Sizoo tackles the thorny issue of in-laws in all its complexity.
20th June marks World Refugee Day, where the world commemorates the strength, courage and resilience of millions of refugees. Joanna West examines the current situation,...
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To recognise World Happiness Day on the 20th March, Joanna West of flourish.lu has some top mood-boosters for you. Check this article every day this week for ways to promote your own happiness and wellbeing!
Lysanne Sizoo on the ways that internationals connect with each other and how they can keep their friendships happy and healthy.
How can one better manage living abroad and dealing with a death of family or friends? It's hard losing a loved one but then to live so far away seems to make it even more difficult.
Lysanne Sizoo looks at multilingualism, choosing a local or international school and the pros and cons of some typical character traits of so-called Third Culture Kids (TCKs).