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If you’ve been following International Man for some time, you know that we advise internationalization on all fronts – assets, income and person. While it can be relatively easy to move some assets abroad (although, less so by the day for Americans), it is understandably more difficult to move one’s self abroad. And even more so to move one’s family. Today we chat with an entrepreneur who left America for Costa Rica in 2009, and did so with his wife and kids in tow.
Raising children in a stable environment is tough at the best of times. Raising them in an unfamiliar foreign culture can be particularly challenging. That said, most children tend to acclimate much more quickly than us adults to new situations. However, not everything will run smoothly. Being born into one culture and raised in a second often results in children who incorporate bits of both into their identity, creating a “Third Culture Kid”.