homesickness


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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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Keywords: academic adjustment, first year students, homesickness, psychological adjustment, social adjustment, university support
Ultimately, the kind of homesickness that Donaldson captures is a condition without a cure.
I am going home for personal reasons, including homesickness, but I have really enjoyed my time at the club.
I never thought I would be able to deal with my homesickness.
The problems faced by the characters in the story like loneliness, homesickness, giving up on God, a guilty conscience, ill health and so on are quite relatable.
What triggered my homesickness was a rather innocent piece of research on social media's practical uses.
Homesickness is commonly thought to occur as the result of an actual or anticipated separation from home (Thurber & Walton, 2007).
Probing prickly themes of cross-strait politics, homesickness and sexual coming-of-age, Niu ("Monga," "Love") treats the story's tragic underpinnings with a delicate and mildly sentimental touch, speaking volumes with gorgeously evocative period ambience.
Josie is able to battle homesickness by keeping in constant contact with her best friends in Australia and the US, while Lauren struggles to find her feet during the alcohol-fuelled Freshers' Week.
Participants would be local Filipino talents-movie stars, singers, comedians, musicians and others-who would stage variety shows Filipinos everywhere love, to relieve them of their homesickness and ease the burden of living away from loved ones.