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You’re a global nomad, an international traveler, a wanderlust. Most TCKs will return to their parents’ home country at some point in their lives, undergoing repatriation. In their ground breaking book, Third Culture Kids: The Experience of Growing up Among Worlds authors David C. TCK builds relationships to all of the cultures, while not having full ownership in any. Although elements from each culture are assimilated into the TCK’s life experience, the sense of belonging is in relationship to others of similar background. TCKs are, quite literally, citizens of the world.

They are hard to define and are made of an infinite amount of experiences. The bottom line is, whether or not you fit into the formal definition of a Third Culture Kid, if you think you’re a TCK, then this community will welcome you with open arms. Explore Denizen by reading personal essays, studies on relationships, interviews with successful Third Culture Kids, or the article that started it all. This is even more problematic or confusing with a long term damaging effect for those who have been uprooted due to Genocide. The identity crisis is such that people are in perpetual and continuous search of belonging which should add comfort.