Hello everyone, Just looking for advice or anyone that's been in a similar situation. I've recently moved back to the UK after living in Japan for 2 years and i'm finding it hard to adjust. When I search online about reverse culture shock it seems people often go through things like: Not being able to talk about all their awesome experiences to their friends, Trying hard to find places that serve decent Japanese food etc. I'm having a very different experience and I haven't read anything similar. Now i'm back home, i'm avoiding anything that's even remotely connected to Japan, just because of the pure fact that it's too painful. I have so many mementos, souvenirs, heck half of my belongings are Japanese and I've had to just put them all under my bed out the way. The hard truth that I'll never have that life again is so hard to take, I have to lock it all away (so not healthy I know). It's not that I dislike the UK, on the contrary I've come to realize what a great country it is but It doesn't help that I've had to move to a new city in the UK. I have no Job, family, friends or home here (i'm currently living out of a suitcase in my partners bedroom as he shares a flat with a friend while we look for places to rent). So has anyone felt like this?