This Valentine’s month, Joanna West of flourish.lu, explores the notion of love and how it affects expats in Luxembourg.
In this article Lysanne Sizoo looks at the pain of international (ex-) partners torn between…
Contrary to popular belief research shows that returning home can actually be harder than leaving. Lysanne Sizoo on the unforeseen difficulties of saying Äddi to Luxembourg.
Lysanne Sizoo tackles the thorny issue of in-laws in all its complexity.
Lysanne Sizoo on the ways that internationals connect with each other and how they can keep their friendships happy and healthy.
Barack Obama, Christiane Amanpour and Reese Witherspoon, all so-called ‘Third Culture Kids’, have done very well for themselves. With good and aware parenting, our youngsters can get the very best from the experience of being raised in a country that is not their parents’ own.
Starting a new job in a new country can give you a dose of culture shock on two fronts. Lysanne Sizoo on how to manage the transition from one home to another; from one place of work to another.
City Savvy’s mental health expert, Lysanne Sizoo, responds to a query sent in by a reader on a dilemma that all expats have to face at some time: saying goodbye to our fellow expat friends.
As expats trying to fit into a new culture and customs, we will meet failure time and time again (sometimes with embarrassing consequences!). City Savvy’s mental coach expert discusses dealing with failure. Read on to find out how to embrace it as a natural process of learning, rather than beating yourself up about it.
A new online parenting help service dedicated to the English speaking community of Luxembourg has been launched this year by Kanner Jungend Telephon (KaJuTel).
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.
There are numerous things to do when you relocate to a new place: find a home, start work, get the kids into school, find a doctor—each one very important. One thing that is equally important but usually doesn’t make the top ten in your “to do” list is: make new friends.