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Psychology of Moving

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July 26, 2018
Things to Know About Moving Elderly Parents Out of State

When making such a life-changing decision such as moving elderly parents out of state, you have to consider all the factors that can impact their wellbeing.

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February 13, 2018
Moving for Love When You Are in a Long-Distance Relationship

Moving for love when you’re in a long-distance relationship is a big step, especially if you’re relocating to another state or country. Leaving everything familiar behind and going to another city in a new state or even a country can be a difficult thing to do, especially if you are not sure if it will work out.

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December 22, 2017
Moving to a Big City – What Awaits Newcomers to the Metropolis

Around 80% of Americans live in urban areas, and numbers increase each year. But moving to a big city from the periphery demands a lot of preparation, both physically and emotionally. Many questions will pop into your mind, and you will have to plan every step of the way to have a smooth transition.

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December 18, 2017
Making Friends in a New City – Starting From Scratch

Relocating to a different place brings its set of challenges. However, making friends in a new city tops the list for many of those challenges. It’s a daunting task that can feel overwhelming, whether you’re in your 20s, 30s, or beyond. Our guide offers invaluable advice on navigating this transition, helping you build a vibrant social circle from scratch in unfamiliar surroundings.

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