TCK Voices

Every TCK’s life is different. Each has its unique experiences, challenges, struggles, and blessings. TCK Voices shares stories from TCKs to encourage and show that you are not alone.

We love to hear from people like you. Find out how you can share your story by getting interviewed

TCK Voices: Kate Sinclair 

The hardest thing about being a TCK for me is the lack of true friendships. When you don’t live in your passport country, you can’t always relate to the people you are working with. And time zones make communication with friends overseas really, really hard.

TCK Voices: Hannah Hill

There are TCKs who live remotely from other people. They feel discouraged and lonely for friends…

TCK Voices: Audrey Howe

Right after we arrived in America, lockdowns started. It was a pretty tough time for my whole family – being away from my dad, finally being back where our friends lived but unable to see them.

TCK Voices: Clarissa Choo

As a child, I struggled to acknowledge my losses, so I ended up suppressing most of my emotions. In my early teens and after my first repatriation, I struggled with identity and belongingness as I couldn’t fit into my birth country…

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