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Tips for Moving with Teenagers

Published on May 06, 2018 by Kfir Cohen

An international family relocation can be challenging, especially when there are teenagers involved. Puberty is an important stage in every man or woman’s life. And when they are relocating to another country with different scenery, customs and people, it can be a somewhat difficult change to cope with. The good news is that the relocation process can be managed and dealt with in the most comfortable, easy and fluent way possible. Here’s how.

Leaving Home

First, as a parent, you have to realize the situation. You take your whole family with you to another country. It is not only you that’s stepping out of your comfort zone into a brand-new place and culture, it is your kids, too. That is why it is important to inform them about your decision and make sure that they understand it. Describe a bright future when you’re letting them in on the big move. After all, that is what your move is all about, isn’t it? It should be your hopes and dreams for a better, happier future.

Finding a Home

Your responsibility does not end here. Getting the support you need from every family member, especially teenagers, is not an easy task but it is doable. To make it easier, let them know that all their belongings are coming with them to your new place of living. Nothing will stay behind. Find a good professional company that has international relocation services and can provide you with not only shipping but also packing and delivering services. This way your family will be less worried and more relaxed.

Living In the New Home

Once you land at your new home for the next few months or years, it is up to you to keep them busy. Talking and being empathetic to their problems and needs is a good quality that every parent must have and use. But unfortunately, in relocation it is not enough. Show them around, find good schools, search for places where they can practice their hobbies and enjoy, travel with them in the country, meet with new people and visit exciting new places. Get familiar with your new environment.

Although relocation can be a difficult moment for many teenagers, if you prepare correctly, emotionally and physically, the move will be smoother, efficient and memorable.

By Kfir Cohen

Kfir Cohen is handling global operations, cargo shipping, negotiation, and management of different suppliers around the world. He has more than 15 years of experience in the avant-garde of relocation and the sea/air freight business.
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