sn0wblind: i'm quite the opposite...get that claustrophobic feel after too long in one spot.
Aidan: sn0wblind: i'm quite the opposite...get that claustrophobic feel after too long in one spot.I get both. I want to live somewhere new, but so far I moved from big city to weird 'burbs and I miss the food and places in the big city. Now I'm aiming for mid-sized city./First-world problems right 'ere
SpeedyBB: Aidan: sn0wblind: i'm quite the opposite...get that claustrophobic feel after too long in one spot.I get both. I want to live somewhere new, but so far I moved from big city to weird 'burbs and I miss the food and places in the big city. Now I'm aiming for mid-sized city./First-world problems right 'ereI created a presentation along these lines, entitled "Homesick for Everywhere"
Reverend Monkeypants: I've been traveling pretty much my whole life so I don't suffer physical homesickness. People I'll miss the fark out of though./DNRTFA
LDM90: I never get homesick. I also don't miss people when they're not around. Yay me?/Introvert problems//not really a problem
pup.socket: I've been away from home for most of my adult life and I've never felt it. What is it like?
Car_Ramrod: What's strange about that? When I moved out to San Francisco for a few years, I definitely felt some homesickness, and I usually pride myself on willingness to travel and experience new things. I know of friends that moved overseas that felt the same thing. Some have been able to overcome it, some had to move back. I can understand how people who grew up in a tight knit small town are afraid to leave it for a big city and instead stay there their whole lives. I don't agree with it, but I understand it. Once you find a place that you gel with, it's hard to live anywhere else.
Foxxinnia: Extreme Homesickness Makeover: people who have been away from home for many years are finally coming back. However, TLC's team of boffins have completely redesigned their houses, and their families and friends have been replaced by actors who insist that nothing's wrong. This autumn, you'll learn what they mean when they say "You can never go back."
Shirley Ujest: I have never understood homesickness. I was ALWAYS happier away from home than in it when I was a kid, teen. Always.
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