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January 5, 2015 4:00 PM

Carolyn Hax: A life in the world, to a point

In college I studied abroad in Europe and Asia and traveled through over 15 countries. When I graduated, I landed a teaching job in Japan and thought of that as the first step to living in many different countries. Unfortunately, handling all the complications of adulthood for the first time in a foreign country proved overwhelming.

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