Living with Norwegians: The guide for moving to and surviving Norway (Hardcover)

Living with Norwegians: The guide for moving to and surviving Norway By Sean Percival Cover Image
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This guide is a collection of personal experiences, Norwegian stereotypes, and friendly advice on how to survive life in Norway. It's the ideal starting point for someone who is curious about life in Norway and for those already in the process of making the move. Learn how to adapt to life in Norway and better understand the sometimes-peculiar Norwegians themselves.

After reading this book you'll be better prepared for the challenges Norway will throw at you. And you, regardless of your country of origin or status, will be challenged by life in Norway. However, through these challenges, you might just come to love Norway. Although it's not an easy country to love sometimes, you have to work hard for it. You have to struggle sometimes to be worthy of the great honor of having Norway love you back. This struggle before the reward is actually the Norwegian way.

The book is organized into several sections. It's not meant to be some concrete "dos and don'ts" guide or heavy academic work on the intricacies of Norwegian society. Although it will tell you over 50 things you can try to not only survive Norway but hopefully thrive as well.

Product Details
ISBN: 9788269237986
ISBN-10: 8269237981
Publisher: Percival Pub.
Publication Date: September 21st, 2021
Pages: 168
Language: English

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