The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...Because many TCKs have been educated alongside children of other nationalities and races, they understand that friendship extends past all traditional racial and cultural boundaries. They come to appreciate diversity and understand that if someone believes or acts differently from them, there is a reason for it. This is why they make natural bridge builders – because they are comfortable with diversity they are able to bridge the gap between cultures. ..."
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"... what the social rules, values, and traditions were. They enjoyed a sense of belonging and a definite sense of who they were. - Changing Cultural boundaries - Prior to World War II: ▪ Travel was limited mainly to business reasons. ▪ Children grew up in very stable, monocultural ..."
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"... Immigration, which had all but ended before the start of the war, began to climb steadily. As a result: ▪ Cultural boundaries began changing and were no longer clear. ▪ Cultural mixing was causing the “us/them” delineations to break down. ▪ Diversity became more ..."

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"... Gifts for holidays and friends’ birthdays ▪ Clothes – Seasonal wear, outerwear, casual wear, formal wear ▪ Sports gear - Setting boundaries - Learn to set boundaries right away to avoid confusion, misunderstandings and awkward moments later. Think about how you will set ..."
"...Learn to set boundaries right away to avoid confusion, misunderstandings and awkward moments later. Think about how you will set limits with roommates, friends, drinking, drugs, alcohol and boy/girl friends. A good rule of thumb is to not do anything new or different from what you have been used to doing in ..."
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"... mutually set rules with your roommate will help both of you remember and stick to them. Jennifer, our British/African TCK from Chapter 1 has some comments on her experience with setting boundaries: - Drugs, Sex, Rock ’n’ Roll! - Authors Coburn and Treeger in Letting Go – A ..."
"...Once you are dating, it is a good idea to review the idea of setting boundaries or limits again. Have you thought about where you stand when it comes to sex? If you are planning to wait to have sex, it is best for you to be completely up front with your boyfriend or girlfriend so there are no undue pressures or expectations put upon ..."

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"This book is a must-read for any TCK who is either on their way to college, or already there! Tina..."

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