Slurping Soup co-author Lucinda Willshire recently held a successful TCK families presentation at the 36th Australian Association Family Therapy Conference. Following is her bio, abstract … Continue reading
A book for third culture kids
Slurping Soup And Other Confusions is a collection of twenty-three real life stories from third culture kids. Each story is followed by a related activity.
The activities are suitable for three to twelve year olds and include brainstorming, problem solving, party planning, family tree, madlib etc.
The book aims to help children cope with the challenges of living internationally.
The stories explore:
- Adapting to new environments
- Who am I? Where do I belong?
- Home and family adjustment
- Cultural differences
- Friendship change
This charming book is a catalyst for crucial discussions every expat family needs to have.
Available to buy now on Amazon.com
From the blog
“Male breadwinners, trailing wives and third culture kids: Expat families and What Lies Beneath” – positive feedback for Lucinda Willshire
“Sometimes the world seems small after all! Readers of Slurping Soup may recall that D’Arcy found living in Hanoi ‘weird’ for the first year until … Continue reading
FIGT is offering an Early Bird Discount for their superb annual conference with inspiring guest speakers at Marriott Tysons Corner, just outside of Washington DC, … Continue reading
On the 19 th of October my best friend, Alexine, from when we were so little that I can’t ever remember our age , came … Continue reading
Meet Norman Viss and learn what the Expat Everyday Support Center can do for you (and it can do plenty!). Interview by co-author Maryam Afnan Ahmad
Our co-author Maryam interviewed Norman Viss, of Expat Everyday Support Center (http://www.expateverydaysupportcenter.com). Norman is not only a life coach and co-founder of Expat Everyday Support … Continue reading