Brandi and James explore the "shop talk" of those engaging in cross cultural living and work. Having lived and worked cross culturally they will draw from their own experiences and interview others along the way.
TCK part 3 with Dr. Lindsay Stone
TCK’s and Trauma focusing on the research of Dr. Lindsay Stone. Dr. Stone is a TCK/MK herself and her research focused on stories of TCK’s and identified specific trauma categories they often experience.
Episode 9: TCK part 2
One thing the globally mobile lifestyle requires from us all is to adjust to change. In Third Culture Kids: Growing up among Worlds, David C. Pollock and Ruth Van Reken introduced the concept of ‘building a RAFT’ to help ease us and our children through moves to new cultures. RAFT stands for: Reconciliation Affirmation Farewells Think […]
TCK – Part 1
(Third Culture Kids) Families in Global Transition resources www.figt.org Lauren Wells coaching, training & resources www.tcktraining.com Interaction International resources https://interactionintl.org/resources/ TCK Connect groups https://interactionintl.org/programs/tck-connect/ Third Culture Kids In this publication, the authors explore the experiences of those who have become known as third culture kids (TCKs) – children who grow up or spend a significant […]
Grief (Part 2) – Dr. Ted Wueste
One way to process your own grief is through writing of a lament. Here is one way to engage in that process. Writing your own lament By James Covey (adapted from Healing Teen’s Wounds of Trauma) One positive way to deal with the hard things that go on in our lives is to create a […]
Grief (Part 1) – Dr. Ted Wueste
Shop Talk with Brandi and James Episode number 6 (Subscribe on wherever you listen to podcasts) followers of Christ to learn to listen to God in the context of contemplative, abiding prayer where God is enjoyed and desire for Him stirred. As I’ve learned and grown deeper in my own intimacy with the Trinity, a […]
Active Listening Skills S – S stands for sitting squarely. So you sit and face the person that you are talking to. We should sit attentively at an angle to the person, so that we can look at them directly and show that we are listening to them and paying attention to them. O – O stands […]
Reallyt enjoyed the first podcast. Useful info and fun to listen to. Your husband, Tracy, sounds like kind of a weirdo
Can’t wait to hear more!
Can’t wait to hear more!