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What Is Tiger Mom Parenting? Experts Say This Parenting Style Can Be Harsh, But Warm
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The term "Tiger Mom" burst onto the scene in when Amy Chua, a Yale law professor and mother of two daughters, published a book about her parenting style called The Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. In it, s he ascribes tiger parenting to Chinese parents though she admits she uses the terms "Chinese" and "Western" loosely — and, really, anybody can adopt this style. While some find Chua's methods extreme — she once told her 4-year-old daughter to re-do a handmade birthday card because it didn't meet her standards — others say there's a lot of warmth as well, and that the high expectations produce results. But what do the experts say?
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How To Deal With Your Asian Immigrant Parents: The First Thing You Should Do – (3 minute read)
T he other day, I was graced with an article in my inbox that describes perfectly the feelings of one adult Asian towards her parents and her culture. Ironically, the same sentiment arises halfway through the story, when the author realizes that she needs help in order to get her mother into the best care possible. She is pregnant. Would my parents still be the same parents, with the same thoughts, ideas, and beliefs? Or would they merge and assimilate with the place that they live in?
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