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I never dreamed that my life would someday lead me from hearing about Saudi Arabia on the nightly news to actually living there.

We as expats have the power and the responsibility to make a positive difference in our host countries. Mandi is an American woman who grew up in the Midwest, never dreaming that her life would take her halfway around the world.

She first moved to Saudi Arabia in 2007 after marrying a local, and now lives in the country’s capitol, Riyadh.

Expats or not, the issues of the countries we call home are our issues too.

Whether it’s poverty, gender equality, or corruption, if you’re living there or raising a family there, they’re your issues too.

READ MORE: Doha: My Perfect Day But nearly 10 years after that meeting, here I sit, in the country’s capital, enjoying a nice warm breeze blowing through said curtains on a typical February afternoon.

When I first decided to come to Saudi to live, I was aware of certain hurdles facing the women here.

But that’s about all I knew, and I thought that with a positive attitude and a reliable driver, those things wouldn’t affect my life. Nothing can really prepare you for life here, especially as a woman. You can speak to women who have moved here for different reasons.

You can even live here for years and still not be aware of certain things that can affect your life until they actually happen.

For the longest time, women’s issues in Saudi Arabia were something I was aware of, but never concerned with, until they began to affect me.

Isn’t that the way all causes for change around the world work?

They don’t matter as much when they’re not a threat to our way of life.