Who are Third Culture Kids (TCKs)?
A Third Culture Kid is a person who during her/is significant formating years grew up outside her/is own or parents' passport country. — Ruth Hill Useem
INSEAD TED talk with Ruth van Reken, co-author of 'Third Culture Kids'
Huffington Post, 'Where aren't you from?' by Rasha Rushda
Meeting like minded TCKs, adult or young, in person or online, it makes all the difference to TCKs. You can speak your mind, don't have to be shy about having friends in 3 continents at age 16 and don't now where home is or where you should go to college. Google 'meetup TCK/Third Culture Kids' or search FB for groups. Most major cities by now offer TCK gatherings.
Greece/Athens, Facebook Community, 'Third Culture Kids Greece'
Tayo Rockson, 'UYD Management' for young professionals
'SeaChange Mentoring' for your young TCKs while transitioning from school to college
Regina Reinhardt, adult TCK selfcare coaching
BBC Capital, 'Third Culture Kids citizens of nowhere and everywhere' by Kate Mayberry
Telegraph UK, 'The 10 biggest struggels for a Third Culture Kid' by Blandine West
Psychology Today, 'Finding Home Between Worlds - who are TCKs?' by Marianne Pogosyan
Pollock/van Reken, 3rd edition published 17/09, 'Third Culture Kids, growing up among worlds' by van Reken/Polock, 3rd edition pulished 17/09