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Individual differences |
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The children of military personnel (aka military brats) have one or more parents who serves or served full-time in the military. Being a military brat particularly implies that one:
- moved frequently as a child, because one's family was stationed at new locations every year or two
- attended many different schools (including military schools) and never established strong roots in a community.
- had exposure to military discipline and authority from early childhood, which often leads to comfort in dealing with institutional authority, but occasionally leads to rebellion against it.
- can make friends quickly, and can deal with long-distance relationships
- high cross-cultural understanding
Third Culture Kid is a more general term for this phenomenon. It carries connotations of having a stricter upbringing than many people.
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