Our existential physical need
is to eat, drink, and sleep.
Our existential emotional need
is to belong.
Our existential spiritual need
is to connect.
Although we are social beings, when we relocate to a new place, it's a challenge
to sense that we belong and feel a connection with
the surroundings we moved into.
Cultural Grief explains the challenge from a psychological point of view
and guides you to come home to yourself
for then being ready to build authentic connections and ownership of
your sense of belongingness no matter where life takes you.
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Excerpts from the book
Grieving for your culture incorporates everything that you left behind. This is primarily your identity but also includes tangible things that you started missing. Apart from social losses, one may mourn for the food, the atmosphere in your neighborhood, speaking your language, the jokes, the interests people had in you, accessibilities to your hobbies, the climate, the light touch you had with your day-to-day life, and everything that mattered to you or that started to matter after leaving it behind.
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