The Global Nomad's Guide to University Transition

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"...Sound familiar? The academic lethargy and mini-rebellion that popped up from seemingly nowhere around the winter holidays is suddenly upstaged by the urge to act like a clingy two-year-old just about spring break time. Not only that but parents will attest to the emotional swings of the “I want out now” and the “I’m not ready ..."
"...is pushed under the carpet or placed somewhere else in our minds to come back to later and coming back to it never happens, we have unresolved grief – grief that has not been dealt with. Unresolved grief can emerge later in life in destructive forms such as anger, rebellion, depression, isolation and even physical ailments. Such is the story of Brice, a typical TCK. ..."

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"... some time together on TCKid.com reading over the open Forum comments. It is a real eye-opener for TCKs and parents alike. - Delayed Adolescence and rebellion - - Retarded Development - Although TCKs can appear to be more mature than their stated years, they can also be retarded in ..."
"...also be retarded in their adolescent development. While adolescents are absorbing the values, customs and traditions of the culture they live in, they are at the same time testing them in the process of determining what is culturally appropriate. An overt way of testing the rules is the typical rebellion we see during the adolescent years. But the high mobility so typical of a TCK’s life means that the cultural rules are always changing. So rather than being free to move forward in their personal development to discover who they are as a person, they are once again trying ..."
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"... parental or otherwise. - Negative Attention - Sometimes the rebellion is a way to get attention from parents who are so far away. This happened to family friends whose daughter went back to the United States for college. - Anger - We have talked a lot about grief in the ..."
"...learn to address their losses, allow themselves to deal with them and come to closure so they do not have to deal with issues of unresolved grief like our friend Brice’s story. Anger is an expression of unresolved grief and may manifest itself in this time of delayed adolescent rebellion. Oftentimes this anger is directed at the parents, the perceived cause of the pain they are experiencing. The blame for all that is wrong in their lives may be shifted to parents who they feel gave them no voice in relocation after relocation. ..."
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"... for all that is wrong in their lives may be shifted to parents who they feel gave them no voice in relocation after relocation. - Constructive rebellion - Delayed adolescent rebellion can be either constructive or destructive. Although painful for parents to witness, it is constructive ..."
"...Delayed adolescent rebellion can be either constructive or destructive. Although painful for parents to witness, it is constructive if it serves to move the young adult towards independence. Knowing about delayed adolescent rebellion may help everyone be aware of it as soon as it happens and deal with it before it gets ..."

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