Opinion, by Pia Granjon Lecerf
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - This week I met a lady; let’s call her Elisabeth, not her real name of course. From the first day I saw her, she looked always happy, untouched by the downsides of early times of expatriation; let’s not be too naive; if Elisabeth feels sad, she probably tends to let go of her feelings when she is by herself or with people very close to her.
Here are some details related to her situation: It is a first expatriation for Elisabeth and her family. Back home, they were living . . .