expat mental wellbeing
We are preparing to launch our first digital support for expat women struggling with mental health, expat depression, encapsulation, anxieties, sense of nonbelonging, expat loss and grief, as well as general stress of the global transition. Constant changes, adaptation to continuously changing cultures, countries, homes, social circles, expat partner career loss, and disconnection from own culture, family, and friends are just a short summary of the extra challenges expat women, TCK and TCA experience in their daily life.

During stress, we disconnect from our innate wellbeing and often feel a witch circle of struggle, discord, and alienation in our minds and, as a result, in our lives.

Since 2011 Marina Malmberg has worked with expat partner support and intercultural stress management, supporting her clients in Sweden and remotely.

Yet, the results from the traditional psychological approach gave limited results. Marina committed herself to find an effective and lasting remedy to the expat's mental wellbeing.
The realisation came on gradually, not from the many tools and techniques Marina studied for 15 years. It arrived after conversations with her business mentor and dear friend, who introduced Marina to Three Principles of Mind, Consciousness and Thought, initially discovered by Syd Banks.

The remedy to expat mental health came to Marina gradually through repeated insights. It has a profound life-changing effect on Marina's understanding of her own innate wellbeing and the nature of the human thought system. Marina is preparing to share her findings with expat women global community as a remedy to expat-specific stress.