It’s been over a year now since I moved to America and as I posted back then, adjusting to life here has been hard.
It still is hard too. I feel like it will be many years before I finally feel comfortable. Or maybe never will!
When I was thinking up some new ideas for my podcast, my co-worker, Lusine, seemed like she’d be the perfect guest. She moved over to America from Armenia (via Russia) as a teenager, so I thought if anybody could empathise it would be her.
In this episode of Serious Chats, we talk about adjusting to living in America. Whether we’ll ever feel like Americans and how living in a new country changes our identities.
We also think about home and where we consider it to be when we’re thousands of miles from our birthplace.
You can listen on the links below, or alternatively there is a podcast player on my blog. Enjoy!