Expats need to GROW UP!! #shorts


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Expats need to grow up! Living abroad is hard enough. When you have fellow foreigner’s, or expats, always working against you, it makes living abroad that much more difficult. In my experience as an expat, the vast majority of other expats tend to be hostile, backstabbing, manipulative liars that only use you for their gain. Their behavior is so childish and futile that is gives good expats a bad reputation. My suggestion is this, act like an adult, and if you want respect, give respect. In this world, showing a little respect for your fellow expats goes a long way in building healthy relationships. #shorts

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9 comments

  1. Never a shortage of drama in an expat community. Most are good but a few aren’t. Most I knew in Viet Nam were decent folk, a few were nasty drunks and one ripped off a local charity for six figures. Karma got him in the form of a one year bid in a Vietnamese prison. BTW don’t lend a fellow expat anything you can’t afford to lose.

  2. Wow, that’s bad news and so unfortunate to hear! Can’t everyone just share their experiences, network, tips, etc.? 
    I mean, we’re all moving to this country from all over the world because we love it there. And, since I’m sure that everyone has had a different experience moving and adapting, it would be awesome to know that strong, caring expat communities are waiting for you. I was sure hoping to lean on the advice and experience of expats to help me settle.

  3. Let’s face it, more expats should learn the language of the country they live in. This way they won’t feel isolated and make friends with the local people. Hopefully this will reduce expat on expat confrontation. Thanks Jeremy 🙂

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