Category: Coping With Relocation

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Make the Best Out of Long-Distance Valentine’s Day With These Romantic Ideas

Posted in Coping With Relocation,How-to on November 25, 2021

When we say romantic, the 14th of February is the first association that comes to mind. But how does this holiday look for those whose relationship spans over miles? A long-distance Valentine’s day can get so romantic you will both talk about it for years.

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Benefits of Moving from the West Coast to the East Coast

Posted in Coping With Relocation on October 12, 2021

The North Atlantic shoreline has always been one of the most attractive destinations for life, and this trend continues. Moderate climate conditions, the abundance of sunny days, and a wide range of job opportunities are the main reasons why Americans are moving from the West Coast to East Coast. If you were wondering: why should I move to the East Coast, here is a definite answer!

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What Will Moving from East Coast to West Coast Bring You

Posted in Coping With Relocation,Moving Essentials on October 4, 2021

Moving from East Coast to West Coast seems like an “only-in-your-dreams” situation for native Easterners. However, more and more of them are taking the plunge and relocating to the western region. We researched this to see why people are making such big life changes and the benefits of relocating across the country.

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Depression After Moving is Usual – Here’s How to Overcome It

Posted in Coping With Relocation on August 17, 2021

While depression after moving sounds like fiction or something that only happens to others, it’s very real. Some people feel sad for a few days and then get over it entirely, while others have a hard time recovering for weeks. If you think it’s hitting you, but aren’t sure of the symptoms, keep reading.

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Adjustment Insomnia – How Common It is and How to Overcome It

Posted in Coping With Relocation,How-to on July 20, 2021

Leaving one place you got used to without feeling any repercussions is a feat not to be taken lightly. However, many people who are moving across the country may not be able to pull it off and experience different levels of issues, such as adjustment insomnia or some other disorder caused by stress.

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How to Overcome the Anxiety About Moving Out and Conquer the Fear of Leaving the Known

Posted in Coping With Relocation,How-to,Moving Essentials on June 14, 2021

Anxiety disorder is the most common mental illness in the USA, affecting 18% of the population each year. But does it mean that you have a disorder if you are anxious? Nearly 15 million Americans move each year, and probably a vast number of them are feeling anxiety about moving out. We can’t say they all have a disorder. In fact, feeling severe anxiety about moving out can happen to perfectly healthy people.

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How to Keep in Touch With Friends After Moving Cross Country

Posted in Coping With Relocation on May 20, 2021

How to keep in touch with friends was not an easy question to answer in the past. Even though moving cross country meant uprooting yourself from your familiar support structure, it hasn’t been that simple to find comfort when needed. Hearing from your family meant waiting for months for a letter, scheduling phone calls, not to mention a sense of loneliness you just couldn’t shake off.

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