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A regular day at the WBGFN office: English classes in session, conversations and interactions; only, it was eighteen months ago. Little did anybody know that we were about to venture into the unknown world of online teaching...
Two WBGFN members share with us the personal stories of meeting their families after the confinement. As globally mobile families, we are getting “used to” being away from our families for extended periods of time. But the recent pandemic brought another dimension that we had to accept and live with: lack of control.
An interesting question has come out of Covid times: Are third culture kids (TCKs)—children who accompany parents into another culture due to a parent’s job—better able to cope with the interrupted life situations we have all faced during Covid?
Members of the WBGFN often find themselves at a career crossroads when they accompany their partner to a new posting far from home. For Gina Wilkinson this experience was key to forging a new path as a novelist.