The important point to try to remember is that these reactions are perfectly normal and will disappear as you get used to his new lifestyle. For those who go to a company with very different customs and behavioral patterns of their own, the impact of culture shock can be even more pronounced, since you find all your expectations about people and their behavior are not met. The common areas of difference are: the modes of dress, behavior is considered appropriate for men and women, aspects of religious practice, social customs, food and eating habits, the climate. At first, the honeymoon period is likely to feel excited about the new experience of going to another country and is expected to arrive and meet new people and start her career. Very quickly, however, new experiences may begin to overwhelm you and you react to the disturbing emotions that may not be familiar to you.
What was first found exciting now may seem strange, even frightening, and you might wish you were back among the familiar places and people at home. You may not be a sudden mood changes and strong reactions to seemingly trivial events. This is perhaps the most difficult phase for any new teacher, and it is important to try to remember that what you are feeling is normal and will pass. However, if you feel unable to cope, do not try to contact other staff members of the same nationality as yourself with more experience the new environment. Although, objectively, you may not want to find their compatriots, especially if you are trying to avoid speaking their native language in order to learn the language of the host country, to help in this stage to seek their support.