Moving Country is Challenging & Turns out to be the Best of Better Decisions – Moved to London, United Kingdom

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When we say Extended Freedom, the concept of Loneliness also exists. Even though the population would be highly densely compounded, still we could be alone. Get ready to feel a bit lonely and even homesick from time to time. But don’t let these feelings get too deep. Falling into loneliness and depression is really dangerous.

Do you feel down? Try to remember why you are here. Maybe it was your dream to live abroad, it is easy to forget your inner why, but that is your engine, that is the fire that keeps you on track. Never forget your inner why.

My advice is simple: Don’t think about what is going on back in your home country. Don’t be melancholic and don’t daydream about good old times. It doesn’t help, it does the exact opposite. The biggest learning in this process is that “NOT ALL WHO START WITH YOU, FINISH WITH YOU!”. When I revealed the plan of moving abroad, over 100 wanted to join with me over the WhatsApp, 25% of the people dropped or changed their mind. At the same time, it progressed to the Phone Call, 50% of them dropped when it was for a meet out, most of them dropped out when it was to begin the journey with me, some dropped at the VISA Center, some at the Airport, some after making the first visit to the country and when I turned back, I was shocked that there was no one with me. The circumstances for everyone is highly dependent on their family situations, level of risk assessments and their capacity. I cannot blame any individual in that process, everyone wanted to be as a part, but not what we expect happens always.

The best way to fight loneliness is to go out and meet new people. Is there something you always wanted to try but never had “enough time” for it? This is the right time to try belly dance, take drawing lessons or start writing your own book. The choice is yours. Don’t let loneliness take over your days.

Moving to a new country allows you to think about your life, evaluate your interests, put yourself together and find out who you actually are as a human being. There are no old routines and no set rules. You have the opportunity to turn the page and start writing the story from the beginning. This is the time when you can find out how you are and what your goals are in life. Take your time and write everything down. Keeping a diary could be a good option to sort out your thoughts and feelings.

Moving to a new country is going to change you. Try to become a better version of yourself. This is your chance to make it right this time. Don’t be afraid and lose yourself to whatever feels right. Not everyone is given the second option in life. This is a Golden Ticket.


Kokula Krishna Hari K an Indian born in Pondicherry, South India in the 1980's is a pure veteran with acquired knowledge in Business Administration, Computer Research and Entrepreneurship.

Kae Kae or KK or Kokula Krishna Hari is a strong Public Policy and Strategic Expert. All the contents and views expressed in this Blog are personal and nowhere represents his official comments or associated with his Professional Associations.

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