Buzz·Posted on Feb 9, 201719 Things You'll Understand If You Immigrated As An Adult"Nobody said it was easy..." ?by by Conz PretiBuzzFeed Regional Director, Americas, by Greta AlvarezBuzzFeed Staff, EspañolFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink 1. There are words you will never learn how to spell... Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF sugarscape.cdnds.net 2. Or even be able to say properly out loud. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF giphy.com 3. You talk to your loved ones left back home all the time. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com 4. ... but eventually ask them to stop telling you how bad things are back home. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF giphy.com 5. It doesn’t matter how much fun your new life is, there will be days where you'll miss everything and everyone you left behind. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com 6. You'll learn that everything in the world is replaceable, except family and real friends. Eva-katalin / Getty Images 7. And, although is not easy, with time you'll meet cool humans. Jacoblund / Getty Images 8. ...but ok, let's be honest, no one will ever replace your best friends. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com 9. You don’t get all the pop culture references and are tired of people being appalled and saying you had no childhood. Via soundstudiesblog.com 10. You’ll find yourself constantly comparing the place you’re in with where you come from. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com 11. You'll start missing the craziest and weirdest things from your country. Via Twitter: @anightlikethis1 12. And in some occasions you even feel guilty for having left. Kcslagle / Getty Images 13. Some days you feel like you don’t belong anywhere, and others you feel strong and open minded. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF Via giphy.com 14. You never get bored because anyplace you go is like an awesome trip full of new discoveries. Jacoblund / Getty Images 15. Since you moved, problems have become challenges, and "giving up" is no longer an option. Arcady_31 / Getty Images 16. You get emotional remembering that day when you arrived just with your luggage and a passport. Seb_ra / Getty Images OH THE FEELINGS! 17. And it's okay if the saying “there is one and only home" doesn't apply to you. Travel Scenes ✈️ @TheWorldStories Home is where your passport is 😌✈️ 07:30 PM - 31 Jan 2017 Reply Retweet Favorite 18. Although it sometimes can feel like a struggle, you won’t even realize when you start integrating and loving the new culture. Goglik83 / Getty Images 19. ...but you'll also learn how to live in a constant state of nostalgia. Bartokm / Getty Images And it's totally fine to have something to miss.