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The Happy Migrant: Your Relocation Survival Guide Paperback – April 12, 2011
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"Written clearly and accessibly, reading Kama's words is like sitting down over a cup of tea with a friend. With a lifetime of international moves behind her, a divorce, the experience of an empty nest (and her children in another country), few authors could be more suited to writing such a book. Jo Parfitt
"I read The Happy Migrant after relocating my family from Perth to the Sunshine Coast it was a great read after my move only wish I had read it before I left. The chapter on homesickness is fantastic and helped remind me to be in the present and enjoy where I am today" Christine
"I loved reading The Happy Migrant - I couldnt put it down and wish I'd had it when I went to live in Europe and when my (ex) husband moved from Europe to Australia. So many of the practical straight forward tips would have made a big difference to our lives and in the absence of access to parents family or close friends" Barbara
"I got so many great ideas about how to have the kids come on board with the move. After a heartfelt conversation with my daughter I realised how much she has to leave behind and the friends she is worried about. We came up with a plan to stay in touch with the school and her friends online" Renovating Italy
"I have just finished reading Kama J Frankling first book The Happy Migrant, WOW this is so much more than a relocation guide.. This book will give you real tools for making any transitional change with ease and grace.Thank you Kama" Natalie Enlightened Goddesses
About the Author
Kama J Frankling has moved around the world as a teenager, wife, mother, employee and a divorcee trying to find her feet, she has experienced the emotions of moving country from all different angles. Kama discovered ways to prepare for, acknowledge and accept these emotions. She now shares what she has learned with others. Kama is a Confidence Counsellor, Coach and Workshop Facilitator helping people move with confidence and ease. thehappymigrant.com