Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images
Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images

The issues cross-cultural teens and third culture kids face, and how to deal with them

  • Being a teenager is complicated enough but for cross-cultural kids it becomes even harder to form an image of who they are
  • Parents need to discuss with their children what it means to be a cross-cultural teen, asking who, where and what they identify with

Topic |   Parenting: teens
Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images
Cross-cultural teens who have relocated may experience unresolved grief from the loss of their home, school and friends, but can also develop fluency in multiple languages and a deep understanding of different cultures. Photo: Getty Images
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