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The Week in Germany: Love in Berlin, Free Books, Job Hunting, Günter Grass

Berlin. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart

Berlin. Photo copyright Nicolette Stewart

FREE AWESOME BOOKS

Book Punks, my other web baby, is giving away two awesome German books: Sorge dich nicht, beame by Andrea Bottlinger and Christian Humberg (authors of Geek Pray Love) and Gewalt, Götter, und Intrigen: Die Welt von Game of Thrones by Stefan Servos. You can enter to win them by clicking here and saying something snarky about Game of Thrones and/or Star Trek.

Falling in love With Berlin with überlin

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Your Words Here

Photo: Gratisography

Photo: Gratisography

Why hello, Young Germany reader.  We are currently looking for bloggers for the Young Germany blog. If you already have a blog and wouldn’t mind having us re-publish your existing posts or you would love to try writing new content about life in Germany, get in touch (email Nicolette.Stewart AT fma-fs-medien DOT de)!  Find out more about writing for Young Germany here.

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The Expat Adjustment Cycle

by Alie of The Erlangen Expat and Starting Over in Stuttgart

Photo copyright dpa

Photo copyright dpa

An explanation of why you feel fantastic at times, and downright crap at others!

Now I’m no psychologist but the cycle of highs and lows you experience as an expat is common to expats the world over. I’ve have done quite a bit of research in this because I did feel like I was going slightly crazy at times, I thankfully wasn’t and was grateful that I was not the only one going through great and hard times.

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A New Science Blog on deutschland.de

Cintia Nunes in Hamburg

Cintia Nunes in Hamburg

Our sister site deutschland.de has started a new blog series, in English and German, about the lives and work of researches in (or closely connected to) Germany.

Check out the first two posts right here.

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