A Dr. Seuss Twist on Expats and Transitions

cat in hat, Seuss booksTransitions Near, Transitions Far

Some by plane, some by car . . .

Whether you are preparing a student to head off to college or boarding school,  or heading on home leave or just arriving in a new country, you will greatly enjoy reading this blog post Oh, the places you’ll go! by blogger “I was an expat wife.” On this day, the birthday of Theodor Geisel (Dr. Seuss) she gives tribute to the book, using timeless quotes to cover issues, such as:

Anticipation—the beginning of the new journey

Motivation—considering where to go and where NOT to go

Emotional Resiliency

Saying goodbye

Depression

Uncertainty

Loneliness

Learning from experience

Take a few moments to read her post and you will be encouraged. And, if you missed the March holiday posting listing some Dr. Seuss activities and themed units, click here.

Delana H. Stewart –“Somewhere between middle school and grown-up life, someone peeled me off the wallpaper and I began to bloom.”

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