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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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Returning to Manila, I reflected on how I thought I would get homesick before going to the UK.
The unnamed narrator of "Malibu," one of the stories in her first collection, Homesick for Another World, fixates on his pimples and demands money from his sick uncle, who has to wear a colostomy bag.
She told the Daily Mirror: "I was beyond homesick and missing my family very much.
If the premise that anxious withdrawal can lead to homesickness is sound, then helping children by reducing reactivity and improving self-regulation may go a long way toward helping homesick campers.
The actress, who was once head girl at Swansea's Mynyddbach Comprehensive School, said: "I was very homesick when I went to Rada.
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.
In one piece, students are warned not to Skype or chat with their parents too much while feeling homesick, and in the next piece students are told that Skype is a great tool to stay connected with their parents while feeling homesick.
I've never been away from my mom for that long, and I'm scared I might get homesick.
There's Raintown, When The World Knows Your Name, Fellow Hoodlums and Whatever You Say Say Nothing, and Homesick - plus an added bonus in the shape of The Rest.
I can reveal the British boyband - the most successful in the States since THE BEATLES - are so homesick they are flying their mothers out to join them on their US tour.