THIRD CULTURE KID on December 6th, 2013

‘It always seems impossible until it’s done’ ~ Nelson Mandela The practice of peace among mankind seems impossible – until it is done. Creating a level playing field for men, women and children everywhere seems impossible – until it is done. Caring for those creatures that share our home seems impossible – until it is […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on October 24th, 2013

Tweet I think this article by Joel Hollier titled “I’m a Christian and my house just burned down” is a must-read for every Christian trying to work through the seemingly random occurrences of suffering. He says “Those of us who have lost all of our physical possessions- whether they be cameras or photos, are now […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on September 13th, 2010

Wow – a WikiHow on TCKs? Beautifully put, here ’tis: http://www.wikihow.com/Understand-a-TCK I think I’ll frame this article…

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THIRD CULTURE KID on July 22nd, 2010

Heidi Sand-Hart’s book ‘Home Keeps Moving’ is now available! See Heidi’s blog for details on how to purchase. I’ve just ordered a copy through amazon.co.uk, and am really looking forward to its arrival! Tweet

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THIRD CULTURE KID on July 15th, 2010

Tweet Introducing Heidi Sand-Hart and her soon-to-be-released book ‘Home Keeps Moving‘! The book will be available from July 23rd on amazon.co.uk and amazon.com. You can order a signed copy directly through Heidi (at amazon.co.uk) or at homekeepsmoving@gmail.com (if you have paypal). I’m going to buy this one the moment it hits the stores! ‘Home Keeps […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on July 12th, 2010

Tweet Extracts from two blog articles of mine have been published in the online magazine i-studentadvisor.com. I am deeply grateful to its editor, Felicity Pont. You can view the extracts online at http://www.i-studentadvisor.com/isa/2010/usa/10/usa-2010.html?startpage=72. The original articles are ‘How I became a Third Culture Kid’ and ‘A faux-pas by any other name’. i-studentadvisor.com has published a […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on January 25th, 2010

Brice Royer (of TCKID fame) posted this one on Facebook yesterday. It makes for interesting reading, and I like it. What do you think? http://www.tckid.com/group/what-strengths-might-tcks-possess-and-how-can-we-develop-them

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THIRD CULTURE KID on December 1st, 2009

Introducing the new My.TCKID forum at http://my.tckid.com/

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THIRD CULTURE KID on August 14th, 2009

Just stumbled upon a new blog by another third culture kid. It’s Just a Third Culture Kid. Liz’s latest article is titled “All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players…”. It’s an excellent post about how TCKs interact with their peers. Anyway, have a read of her article – she […]

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THIRD CULTURE KID on June 17th, 2009

Tweet Occasionally, when talking to certain insightful others, a light-bulb goes on. Rare moments for me, but I had one yesterday. I realised that the angst I have against the world (in general and in particular) is mostly from a belief that no-one is really interested in hearing MY story. Wherever I go, I feel […]

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