For the third week in a row, we have been doing this series of posts about some stereotypes regarding living abroad. After goig through the first and second part, here we present you the final 4 lies you should be aware of at the time of making a decision that will change your life a lot. For good or bad, it is nice to keep some of this information in mind, in the given time it may make a big difference!
Last week, we introduced you to the first of a series of three articles about the main misconceptions people have about the idea of living abroad. In search of the answer for all their problems, people tend to fantasize a lot about going to another country as if they were going to the Promised Land. And this mistake can lead to a lot of deception and frustration.
Have you ever got so fed up in your life that the dream of living in a different country seemed like everything you needed? Have you ever felt jealous of your friends whenever you saw their pictures in several different places and thought how much you would like to be in those pictures yourself?
Well, most of those pictures don’t tell much of the journey your friends took for them to be taken. Months of preparation, leaving their comfort zone, saying goodbye to family and friends. All the anxiety, all the stress.
This article doesn’t aim on changing your mind about traveling – it is intended as a list of factors that you must take into consideration in order to prepare yourself for traveling. This way, you will be able to be mentally readier and take the best out of the experience. The second and third part of this article will be published here in exactly one and two weeks, on the 11th and the 18th of December.
Previously, we’ve mentioned some curiosities about divorces, homosexuality, Japanese women and being foreign in a country. Now here are the remaining five stereotypes and some interesting data about them.
Anteriormente, nós mencionamos algumas curiosidades sobre divórcios, homossexualidade, mulheres Japonesas e ser estrangeiro em outro país. Confira agora os últimos cinco estereótipos e alguns dados interessantes sobre eles.
Here’s a top ten of things that make Japan such an awesome country!
Você tem alguma ideia pré-formada de como sexismo, igualdade de gênero, atribuitos corporais, conceitos e comportamentos em relação ao sexo mudam em cada país? Você já ouviu falar de alguma nação que é famosa por algum atributo em particular que é direta ou indiretamente relacionado ao sexo? Esta é uma compilação de dados sobre dez conceitos que, dependendo de cada caso, podem ou não ter razão.
Do you have any pre-made idea of how are sexism, gender equality, body features and behavior and mindsets towards sex different in each country? Have you heard of a nation that in known for any particular attribute that is direct or indirectly related to sex? This is a compilation of data around ten concepts that, depending on the case, may or may not be accurate.