I came across a fledgling blog the other day. It's written by another TCK, and, curious, I stopped to read a while. Soon (very soon), I was pulled in by 'iTCK's' raw, heartfelt writing.
What I love about this blog is that its author is (or could have been) ... me ... a few years ago. She is just starting her journey to healing and wholeness, trying to make sense of her experiences and multiple transitions in her life.
Here's a snippet from a post titled, 'Loss':
It's amazing how much a simple, material item, can mean so, so much. My parents recently removed a couch from my room that I had always known was only a temporary establishment. But when it actually came to them removing the item I felt another piece of me, somehow taken by that event. I keep thinking, I always knew this would happen, and, we need the money so selling this will profit everyone. But my thoughts keep turning back to the loss.
Loss. No matter material, like the couch that I just lost, or friendships or the physical aspect of moving from one space to another as so many TCK's experience - hurts. We all grow and handle the situation in our own way but loss, in whatever light you put it in, is loss.If you're interested in more, you can find her at i-TCK.blogspot.com. Go check her out!