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Excellent article for TCKs on Identity. By: Jeannie Shepherd  

AUTHOR(s): Shepherd, Jeannie
SOURCE: Ministry Essentials

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Internet porn—used regularly and often—chemically and structurally changes the brain. These brain changes are consistent with the brain changes that occur in other types of addiction, like addiction to drugs or alcohol. To understand how pornography can be addictive, it is important to understand something about the reward circuit of the brain. All addictions --both chemical and behavioral--  impact the brain’s reward circuit. The reward circuit of the human brain The reward circuit shapes our ...

AUTHOR(s): Church, Noah
SOURCE: Protect Young Minds

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Our Vision:  To collaboratively ignite global transformational movements for the care and equipping of the Third Culture Kid (TCK) community. Our Mission:  Interaction International collaborates and networks to provide a quality flow of care for the global TCK community; this is accomplished by a worldwide strategy of developing services and resources, providing curriculum and training, and advocating for the needs and potential of TCKs.

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Navigating Collegiate Admissions to post-secondary schools in the United States. Note from TCK coordinator who contacted KC360 in April 2022 -- this is specific for American students applying to American schools.  They do not do much for international students wanting to attend American schools.

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LSCI  is a brain-based, trauma-informed, relationship-building verbal strategy that turns crisis situations into learning opportunities for young people who exhibit challenging behaviors. LSCI  provides educators, counselors, social workers, psychologists, child & youth care workers, parents, and other caring adults with a systematic, 6-stage process to move from stress and conflict to insight and long-term behavioral change.
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