but my apology has a statement! I would like to share my experiences of the last few months to "Dual
Career "with you.
Dual careers are a real "hot topic" of
Discussion as well as the "career of women". It just happens that I am one
So it's normal for me to speak from the perspective of a woman
However, as I know it, I have met many men who started their careers
for her partner. The situation is the same for everyone!
Your partner, while taking up a job / career elsewhere, will then do the following
Give some real feedback and thoughts!
Decision: I recently passed one year as "Expat Solo Returning"
Partner. "One year ago, my husband and I made the difficult decision for a family
Leave him at his expat task while returning to my career / work bringing the family with me.
Choice that went hand in hand with the inevitable problems of separation: on my side; Every day,
pursue a professional career and the only parental physical presence for the
Children. At the end of my husband, the loneliness of being separated from his family
He missed all these moments and loved to spend it with his children
Family, they miss growing up, and on top of that we have to deal with our recurring problems
Calls to deal with our differences from afar!
The decision was right for us. Our children are well integrated into their children
New schools and very happy. After a few long months of separation, the family will soon be reunited!
Decision, the best way to be objective and to give others valuable advice is
personally having an experience that brings both parties into discussions
about the careers, aspirations and well-being of each party.
My advice, which we took a year ago, is:
have to agree and be supportive. Both parties should understand the importance
from each partner's career and how that can work and be essential to the personal
and family fulfillment. A woman can make a career and still be good
Mother and wife. The same applies to a man who is in the same situation!
hand back to an environment that you know, otherwise a complete one
Change of country / environment in which you are alone, without the support of family / friends on site,
will be a challenge. I had the support and the welcome to return to my former colleague – the HTI. I did not have to bridge the time of onboarding in a new company, the one
Extra stress if you are a returning expat.
If you do not try, you'll never know if it was the best long-term choice
Author. Brid Doherty-Appriou
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