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Life changes when we move on. Let it be a deep relationship of love or friendship when things are not right moving on is the best option. In the same way, for the betterment of our lives when a country profile isn’t matching you, moving on is the best option. We should never regret the decision at any cost.
Even though hardly anyone is good at putting the good back into a goodbye, farewells do get a little easier over time. Maybe it’s because you know that you can go home and curl up on a couch that smells familiar – no matter where you travel to and from. Maybe you’ve also found a way to temporarily turn off all emotional organs, and you know that after a goodbye there’s always a hello.
Exciting things will happen without you – friends will get married, babies will be born, and legendary parties will be thrown. You’ll probably miss a whole lot of it and only catch selected moments on social media. It’s tough to accept, but – and it may or may not be a silver lining – it will be the same for your friends who miss out on all the amazingness in your life.
You might have moved abroad because of the weather or the crowded/boring streets. However, if you explain to people from another country where you live, your photos or descriptions are usually met with fascination and interest. Getting this outside perspective can give you a whole new appreciation for those streets back home and the nasty weather you normally complain about. Absence makes the heart grow fonder and possibly more patriotic – especially when you’re cheering on your country even though you don’t even like (insert sport of choice here).
Finally, my life is better now, interestingly.