THIRD CULTURE KID on May 14th, 2016

Being a Third Culture Kid is like visiting the distorting mirrors at a carnival. For those who haven’t been to one, these mirrors are built with different curves in them, so that the viewer sees out-of-shape versions of himself or herself reflected therein. As each mirror reflects back a different distorted version of the viewer, […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on May 7th, 2016

Today my eight year old son broke a cereal bowl. I had done the washing up after breakfast and called out to him and his father to dry as I walked out of the kitchen. He started on the job himself as his father was still at breakfast. I heard the crash and yelled, ‘Why […]

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