Third Culture Kids
It’s that time again. I can hear the buzz, the excitement and the unbridled wishes for time to move forward a little more quickly. The
Check out this amazing trailer that in the span of a few short minutes, takes us through the stories of a few completely different TCKS
Ruth VanReken is a second generation Third Culture Adult. Though she lives in Indiana, it was a long time before she called it home. Co-Author
TCKs are blessed with many gifts and many challenges in the unorthadox life that sometimes spans the globe leaving friends, family and memories in its
What’s in a story? How do you tell your own? More importantly, why do you tell it at all? When Third Culture Kid (TCK) expert and
Many Third Culture Kids (TCKs) don’t choose the life of international travel and cultural immersion that their parents expose them to. However, for TCK Adult
Sydney Shalz’s family is like many of today – it truly is a modern blended family made of hers, his and ours. The blonde-haired, green-eyed
When it comes to the different people that travel the world, some have a bit more experience than others. Two of the most popular ways
“These Turks in Germany, they’re not interested in getting integrated. They have their own shops and their own districts and they don’t even know German”-
After a dizzying day of lectures, essays, and group projects, many college students wind down by enjoying a beverage or two at their favorite bar.
Statistics show coffee and chocolate may be going extinct. However, there are many reasons you should still eat it while you can! The infographic below
Deidre Hardin’s journey mirrors the incredible jewelry she creates: intricate and layered spirals and turns, decorated with spots of beauty, together form something simply amazing.
As a Third Culture Kid (TCK), you understand sometimes feelings of sadness and isolation need to be dealt with because of your mobile lifestyle. Having
Bryon Summers, photographer The We Love You Project is creative art activism started by photographer Bryon Summers. The goal is to capture the portraits of
Growing up in a religiously-blended household, Erin was never “enough.” Not Catholic enough, not Jewish enough, and she even experienced a brief identity crisis when