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Navigating the Language Labyrinth in Catalunya: To Learn Spanish or Catalan?

Navigating the Language Labyrinth in Catalunya: To Learn Spanish or Catalan?

  Moving to a new country is a thrilling adventure, brimming with opportunities and challenges. For those who have relocated to Catalunya, the question of language often becomes a central focus. Catalunya’s unique bilingual landscape—where both Spanish and Catalan hold significant roles—can leave newcomers feeling overwhelmed. Disregarding

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Navigating the Intricacies of Managing In-Laws in Intercultural Relationships in Spain

Navigating the Intricacies of Managing In-Laws in Intercultural Relationships in Spain

  Intercultural relationships bring a myriad of challenges and rewards, and one common area that can significantly impact the dynamics of these relationships is managing relationships with in-laws in the foreign culture.  This blog post delves into the cultural impacts of Spain as a family-oriented culture for

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Embracing Biculturalism: The Unexpected Benefits of Being the Odd One Out

Embracing Biculturalism: The Unexpected Benefits of Being the Odd One Out

  Moving to a new country, whether for work, study, or a fresh start, is a transformative experience. For internationals, Third Culture Kids (TCKs), and Adult Third Culture Kids (ATCKs), this journey often means embracing a life of biculturalism, where we navigate the delicate balance between our

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