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6 Things Asian Mothers Say Instead Of "I Love You" That Most Asian Kids Will Resonate With
How Asian mothers are changing | WARC
Aside from not wearing shoes in their homes, Asians also don't, or rarely ever say "I love you" to their family members. Photo from Pinterest. Regardless of whether it's morning, noon or night, or when you just came home from a dinner with your friends which your mum knows , she still asks if you have eaten. She wants to know if are hungry because if you are, she's ready to cook and feed you till you are bursting at the seams, and that is how she shows her love.
Things People Who Were Raised By An Asian Mom Can Relate To
Tiger parenting is a form of strict or demanding parenting. Tiger parents push and pressure their children to attain high levels of academic achievement or success in high-status extracurricular activities such as music , using authoritarian parenting methods. The tiger parent is a neostereotype of modern Chinese society, as well as in overseas Chinese communities around the world.