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homesickness

[AS. ham, home, + seoc, ill]
Sadness, depression, and anxiety related to being away from home or loved ones.
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Every homesick child will present slightly different challenges, and counselors will need to alter their approach accordingly.
The Beckhams, who are extremely conscious of how homesick the kids have been, are hoping to buy a four-storey townhouse in the capital and have hired Hoppen on an "unlimited budget" to decorate their sons' rooms according to their own tastes.
Has she ever thought perhaps Lewis Batohie could get homesick living here?
HOMESICK: Michael Sorrentino at Garlands Photo Joe-Ann Randles
A source close to the chart-topping band revealed: "The boys are having the time of their lives but they are homesick. They are all still young so want their mums there with them.
As the title suggests she is whats coming live (electrified?) from the homesick jamboree.
But, as Delia explains, Christmas is a huge event back home in the mainly Catholic country, so on the run-up to the big day, she gets increasingly homesick.
We are getting a bit homesick and missing our families, but we have now been told we should be leaving today or tomorrow."
Edwards said: "He has told me he is homesick and maybe he just needs to go home for Christmas.
HOMESICK Rangers misfit Maurice Edu admits the Scottish winter is getting him down.
HOMESICK Midland cops are being offered up to pounds 10,000 to quit working abroad and return to the UK, a force said today.
The Warriors said yesterday that they will agree to a request from their star player to be released from the final year of his contract to enable him to take his homesick wife back to Australia.