Category Archives: relationships

Making Sense of Violence

This week we have a post by a fellow humanitarian health coach, Claire Higgins, on not just working with violence in a professional sense but also experiencing (and healing from it) on a personal level.  This is not a topic … Continue reading

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Long Distance Relationships: Keeping the Home Fires Burning

Originally posted on MadamInsideOut:
This was originally written just before my husband returned from a 14 week stint overseas and recently appeared as a guest post on Wanderlust, as a twin to Morealtitue’s wonderful post: In Which an Expat Talks Long…

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In Which an Expat Aid Worker Talks Long Distance Relationships

Originally posted on WanderLust:
My wife and I just celebrated our two-year wedding anniversary. By celebrated, I mean, we shared a 25-minute Skype chat via grainy video, which had to be curtailed fairly promptly after staff started queuing outside my…

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