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Website: Expat Women.com

ExpatWomen.com is the largest, free, global website helping women living abroad. Its mission is to "inspire success abroad." It displays over 1,000 quality content pages, more than 2,000 expat women blogs, 300 readers' stories, expat club listings for nearly 200 countries, interviews with successful expat women, loads of motivational articles, and an inspirational blog and monthly newsletter. The site receives around 30,000 unique visitors per month and more than 12,000 members, from 177 nationalities, based in 190 countries. For more information and for more logo images, please click here.


Book: Expat Women: Confessions 50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad

Press Release: 5 May 2011

This motivational book for expatriate women is the first of its kind from ExpatWomen.com. It launched on 5 May 2011 in conjunction with a US$5,000 launch competition. Details here.

In Expat Women: Confessions-50 Answers to Your Real-Life Questions about Living Abroad, experienced expats Andrea Martins and Victoria Hepworth share a wealth of wisdom and positive tips to motivate women at every stage of their expat journey. They cover popular topics like leaving family back home, transitioning quickly, intercultural relationships, parenting bilingual children and work-life balance. They also address more difficult issues such as expat infidelity, divorce, alcoholism and reverse culture shock.

This book is for any woman who has ever wondered what it is like to live abroad, work abroad or accompany their working partner abroad. It is also for any woman already living the expat life but having mixed feelings about settling in, rebuilding their identity, understanding changes in their relationships, successfully managing their money and career, raising children far from home or repatriating.




Customized Editions

If you are looking for creative ways to help your expat company clients or employee families, this book is also customizable, for bulk orders. Organizations can include their logo on the front cover, their personal messages and promotions inside, or just keep the standard cover and remove the word "Confessions".

Benefits: Our product looks good and helps you to look good. It is a fabulous, low-cost way to impress your clients or demonstrate support for your expatriate families. You can choose to distribute complimentary copies or to on-sell the book to your clients, partners or employees.




Advance Praise

"What a great book! For the first time, a real-life manual that will reassure every expat woman that she is not alone in her unspoken feelings and questions. I loved it!"
Ruth E. Van Reken, Co-author of Third Culture Kids: Growing Up Among Worlds


"A terrific book! Real-life examples of the challenges expat women face, with insightful and practical advice, this should be on the must-read list for anyone involved with expatriate administration."
Andrea David, Head of Global Mobility, Bloomberg LP


"A must for anyone who is, has been or will be an expat!"
Peggy Love, GMS, CERP, President, FIGT (Families in Global Transition)


"This book is a great resource for expat women."
Leslie Brant Teixeira, Director, U.S. Department of State Family Liaison Office






About the Authors

Andrea Martins is an Australian who has lived in Jakarta, Indonesia; Mexico City, Mexico; and now lives in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Since co-creating ExpatWomen.com in 2006 with American Jill Lengré, Andrea has inspired thousands of expatriate women online. She has also been a guest speaker to audiences in Houston, Washington, Mexico City, Amsterdam, the Hague, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Marrakech.

Victoria Hepworth is a New Zealander who has lived in Miyazaki, Japan; Shanghai, China; Saint Petersburg, Russia; Gothenburg, Sweden; Mumbai, India; and now lives in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. In 2004, Victoria founded and helped establish Lifeline Shanghai, a not-for-profit telephone hotline for the expatriate community. Victoria is a trained psychologist.




Further Information

Click here to download a free sample from our motivational book.

To purchase individual copies, please go to: http://www.amazon.com.
Note: Currently available on all Amazon websites, except Amazon Italy.

Publisher: Expat Women Enterprises Pty Ltd ATF Expat Women Trust, Australia
 
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