When you’re abroad, nothing makes any sense and yet it does; at home, everything makes sense, and so it doesn’t.
My reverse culture shock has always been worse than the initial culture shock.
Nicole LaCorte
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That’s an apt way of putting it, Nicole. That unexpectedness plays a huge part in the feeling of disquiet. Home is always home, even after years away, but are you still exactly you? That’s as good a measurement I can think of when thinking about how people “change.”

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