Uncovering, telling and sharing these stories is my personal way of battling the odd loneliness and confusion that accompanies being a TCK. Particularly in a world becoming more tribal, intolerant and blind. What we need now more than ever is humanity, and how best to spread that? Through stories.
It's no secret that for thousands of years we have in fact been living in a "man's world." But what if it was a "woman's world"? Would it look different?
In the expat and Third-Culture-Kid community, we often talk of "reverse-culture shock" but what about "reverse-religious shock"? Who else has consciously uncoupled with the religion of their parents?
As my dad twirled me around the vinyl dance floor, my eyes teared up with the realization that this moment may never happen again.
"The reality, like the nature of the expat world itself, is complicated and changing..."
Penny’s findings leave readers with several questions. The most significant being, what does this mean for a democratic society?
Published on the eve of World War II, Vera Brittain's memoir - The Testament of Youth - humanized the victims of war, and warned against the intoxicating elixir of duty and patriotism.