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I have been privileged enough to travel the world a lot in my life, from parents supporting me to go on club and choir trips in high school to studying abroad in Czech Republic during undergrad to working internationally for years with short-term assignments in Ukraine, Romania, Poland and Hungary, to traveling to France & to Indonesia with good friends to the most recent honeymoon trip.
One of my dearest friends is in Tunisia with the foreign service right now, and another is moving to the Czech Republic and this passport is burning a hole in my desk drawer because I want to go see them so badly.
So I’m asking for 1) scripts to deal with my parents, because when they get into intervention mode I tend to shut down and not say anything, and 2) avenues to find emotional support for making my travel dreams happen.
Dear Nellie Bly, I am so excited for you and this potential life-changing year and trip.
1) I hate my life where I’m living and who I’ve become.
I have a night job, so social stuff that is usually held at night is off limits to me now.
When I was in Berlin, they insisted that I email them twice a day, once when I woke up and once at night like I’m on curfew or something. I know they do this because they love me and they worry, but their worries really trample all over my self-confidence.
Compounding my problems is that, aside from my therapist, I don’t really have a lot of people that I can talk to.
Even in small towns, I’d find the local shop and buy a postcard and send it, and they’d all say some version of the same thing: “” When my grandmother died, she left me two things: A pair of earrings from when she got her ears pierced to celebrate her 80th birthday and a box full of all the postcards I had ever sent her.
There’s a map of the world in the box and she’d drawn little dots on the place every time a postcard came to map my travels.
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You know from your time in Berlin that there is nothing like waking up under a different sky and feeling simultaneously that the world is so very small and connected and also so much bigger than you knew.