Stereotypical Family Personas in my Abroad Life

September 18, 2014

Quick Link: 13 Expat Family Personas

What is a family?

When we leave our blood families behind – for whatever reasons – we grow nervous that we can never rebuild what we had. Families are really a group of people bonded by a life they share and while the actual people could never be replaced, the stereotypical personas can be. Everyone can identify with the strange uncle or the boozy – cause we all got one. 

Our expat community is no different. We are not connected by blood, but make no mistake, this very large connected group of people is a family – drama, laughter and everything in between – with each family member contributing their own persona. Click here to read the 13 expat family personas.

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