Recognizing Anxiety: 5 signals to Bear in Mind

Recognizing Anxiety: 5 signals to Bear in Mind

Expats deal with anxiety. Yet it might be difficult recognizing it. It is the second mental health problem among expats, after depression. Being abroad and “living the life” is beautiful and a great opportunity. It also involves challenges that can trigger...
3 Ways to Stop Toxic Positivity from tainting Your Expat Life

3 Ways to Stop Toxic Positivity from tainting Your Expat Life

Living in another country is a dream come true in many ways, but international life isn’t all éclairs and museums. Expats may experience depression and anxiety, and as I explained in this post, we are even more vulnerable as if we would be back home. Join me in this...
Gabriela’s Videos: Tips and tricks for your Life Abroad

Gabriela’s Videos: Tips and tricks for your Life Abroad

Sometimes it’s easier to see a face and hear a voice of someone, instead of reading an article. If you want to see/hear great tips, advice, and insights about life abroad and its lights and shadows, from a Psychologist and Coach, specialized in working with...
Understanding Expat Coaching Online

Understanding Expat Coaching Online

If you are an Expat and want to find meaning, regain direction, and seize the opportunity for personal and professional growth in your expat experience, you have come to the right place. Do you live Abroad? Expat Coaching Online might be what you need. This type of...
The Truth About Expat Shame

The Truth About Expat Shame

You’ve made the enormous decision to move to a new country, but you just aren’t finding the success you know you’re capable of. This situation can also lead to feeling inadequate or unworthy of love—fears underlying the feeling we know as shame. Join...
Expat Friendships: Meaningful Connections Abroad

Expat Friendships: Meaningful Connections Abroad

Finding Friendships as Expats is challenging. We struggle in search of people we can feel attached and connected. Sometimes we even find some “prospects” and then have second thoughts about it (or the other way around). Join me in this article and discover...