reverse culture shock

This month I’m guest posting about Reverse Culture Shock at one of my fave travel/food/culture blogs written by a young American woman living abroad in Southern Spain.

Reverse Culture Shock is a term that describes the confusion and frustration that expats often feel when returning home to their native country.  While I prepared myself for the more common “culture shock” when I left the U.S.,  I didn’t expect to experience it in the reverse when I returned home. (Wrong.) Maybe you’ve been there too? If so, I’d love to hear about it.

Take a peek here (and it’s been freshly pressed!)   I Heart Mondegreens in Spain.

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4 responses to “reverse culture shock

  1. Great post! 😉 Grazie mille.

  2. Well put, all of it. Very true observations! Congratulations on being freshly pressed, too!

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