How to Handle Reverse Culture Shock

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What is Reverse Culture Shock?
After spending months or years in a foreign country, that new location starts to feel like home. Returning State-side brings a host of nuances that may become unfamiliar. Perhaps your “real” home no longer feels safe. Returning humanitarians notice for the first time all the things that made their home unique, simultaneously learning all the ways they have changed. The returning missionary often feels different, out of place.