Ruchika Tulshyan writes about her experience growing up all over the world:
When people meet me, no matter where I am in the world, they seem wowed by my international background.
I was born and raised in Singapore by Indian parents, and I’ve lived in London, Mumbai, and multiple U.S. cities since. Sure, living in six cities across three continents over the past eight years sounds great. It’s enriching and exhilarating. But it’s also extremely alienating.
You can read the rest here. Consider how this could apply to the children of missionaries.