Moving alone

If you had to move to a distant land without your friends and family, would you do it?

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Sometimes you have to. There is safety and comfort in staying home, but as you travel, two things happen. 1) You challenge your own limits. Yesterday, you had help and a car to go around. Today, you are trying to order food without speaking the language! Enriches your life by making you more accepting. 2) You give your children a new ocean to explore. They are surprisingly resilient. So a new culture, different from yours makes them more open-minded. Wherever you go, you are going to settle in, make new friends, live in a different manner! If both of you are on the same page, you can make it work!

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It depends whether if i had a choice, if i have to re-locate due to better work prospect, i will do it. As i am not very close to most of my family members, My mother would understand that i have to re-locate to earn more money. She can always come over for holidays too.

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No no no. I will not survive without the people I love. Not even if I get paid a gazillion dollars and my children down to their children's children get set up well for life.

Depends. If I can find a good caretaker for my children and that move promise me a much better future, why not

Never say never - but seems very unlikely. I like my husband too much to be away from him

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Depend on situation. If i have no kids i would. Just for exploring and be backm

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It depends Ideally would love to have my daughter and husband move with me(:

i won't. i need to be with my family.. probably more than they need me. lol

Depending on the perks ... do they justify ?

Nope. Definitely not for long term.