I have been all of these people…In most cases, Expatriate communities and even the occasional school, provide some level of support for these two types of people. Switzerland has long been a patriarchal society where women submit to the authority of their fathers and then to that of their husbands.
By the time the sun set on today, they would be reunited, in Paris. Your needs, values, socio cultural identity, life balance change and evolve as you go through expatriation.
Children inherit equal shares.
In the past death was part of the social life of a community and involved a precise set of rituals, but the modern tendency has been to minimize the social visibility of death. Since World War II and after a long tradition of emigration, Switzerland became an immigration destination because of its rapid economic development, and has one of the highest rates of foreigners in Europe French-speaking Swiss literature is oriented towards France, and German-speaking Swiss literature towards Germany; both are engaged in a love—hate relationship with their imposting neighbors and try to create a distinctive identity.