Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Arrivals, Departures and the Adventures in-between by Christopher O’Shaughnessy.
Tanya Crossman, author of the best-selling book, Misunderstood, reviews Monday Morning Emails by Jo Parfitt and Terry Anne Wilson.
“I was struck by how many parents feel guilty and are afraid that they are doing the wrong thing to their kids. My advice to parents is: Make the best choices you can with the information you have. If home is a safe space and you love your kids, that in itself will be a… Read More Tanya Crossman, Author of Misunderstood, Interviewed by Beijing Kids Magazine
“The preparation of chokladbollar is usually quite consistent across the different cities, with only minimal variation from the traditional recipe. I decided to put together my passion for chocolate balls and my life as a Third Culture Kid, preparing chokladbollar with ingredients from all the places that I have lived in. Some of my recipes… Read More A Little Bit of Expat Experience in Every Chokladbollar
The experience of living overseas as a child is very different to the experience of living overseas as an adult. The impact of childhood experiences last a lifetime. They are formative experiences – they teach us how the world works. We all internalise ‘lessons’ from our childhood experiences. TCKs grow up between cultures, learning lessons… Read More A Lesson for TCKs – Everyone Leaves
In an article in ChinaSource, Tanya Crossman, author of Misunderstood, explains not only what the three cultures are, but why they matter. More at ChinaSource | About Misunderstood
Fascinating and well written book that demonstrates beyond doubt that modern day Third Culture Kids (#TCKs) really do face complex and debilitating issues – hundreds of TCKs were surveyed or interviewed for the book. As well as providing some valuable research material, the book gives a real sense of what TCKs actually feel: “My life… Read More Misunderstood – fascinating and thought-provoking
Summertime author, Tanya Crossman, reflects on the 2017 Family in Global Transitions Conference at the Hague. Attending the Families In Global Transition 2017 conference in The Hague (Netherlands) a few weeks ago reminded me that supporting TCKs and expatriate families is what I really care about, the field I want to work in. More from Tanya |… Read More Initial reflections of #FIGT17NL from Tanya Crossman