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- Argentina's Stance on Bullying 1 day ago We had a guest speaker in psych class this week to discuss what he does as an educational psychologist. His name is Izequiel but we’ll call him Zeke for short. I learned that not every private or public school has a counselor like they do in the States. Zeke claimed that most schools don’t...
- The Trials And Tribulation Of Taking My First Psychology Exam Abroad 2 weeks ago The past two and a half weeks have been a tough adjustment for me as I acclimate to college life abroad, but I think I’m getting the hang of it. I was really worried about having to absorb so much complex information about the history of the National University of Cordoba and the history of...
- College Life - Week One: Culture Shock We Meet Again 4 weeks ago On Friday January 31st, the Psychology Department at the National University of Cordoba (UNC) had a get-together for all the new 2014 enrollees. By now, most of you know that I suffer from social anxiety, which makes me behave awkward during social gatherings. In the past, it has downright...
- Expat Report: Month 20 - Surviving The Summer Heat Wave 2 months ago Tick! Tock! Goes the clock till I start college. The summer months have been stressful for me in Cordoba. Not only have I had to deal with a swarm of insects trying to come into my house, I've also been experiencing water pressure issues and power outages. This seems to be a common thing here....
- Celebrating New Year 2014 Abroad 3 months ago 2013 was a crazy year for me. With Zach’s help, I was able to get my U.S. education validated so I could enroll at the public university in Cordoba (UNC). We were able to make Zach a permanent resident of Argentina, which was a huge relief for everyone. I started going to therapy and taking...
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- Che! What a Shock! Expat Culture Shock One of the toughest things about being an expat is that I have desperately tried to find similarities between Cordoba Argentina and the United States. After months of struggling I came to the conclusion that this simply does not work. In...
- An American at the National University of Cordoba Education and International Schools Intro to Psychology at the National University of CordobaArgentina offers free higher education. That in itself is a major incentive to move here, but things aren’t always what they appear to be. I had this misguided impression that the...
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Website Reviews » There are 5 reviews on Gay American In Argentina
03:28 AM December 17, 2012
I found this blog very insightful. It gave me a first hand perspective on the province of Cordoba in Argentina. My heart goes out to writer of this blog because I can see how much he struggles with the culture shock in some of his entries.
12:53 PM December 18, 2012
The photos on this blog add a personal touch to the blogger and it captures the beauty of Cordoba which I'll admit, I had not heard of until I read this blog.
15:52 PM January 10, 2013
I love how this blog represents my Native Cordoba. Specially since thus far, he appears to be the only expat blogger for this province. He offers a fair perspective on life here.
23:20 PM January 12, 2013
I like the honesty in this blog. Videos are nice and enjoyable to watch. Can't wait to visit Cordoba, Argentina and explore. Keep the great blogs coming.
23:26 PM January 12, 2013
I absolutely love it! Very informative. I can feel that the writer is speaking directly from the heart and it continues to capture my interest. Beautiful pictures! I hope to one day visit Cordoba.