Oh, Asian Parents. I am one and I have them. Can we all agree that our parents can be annoying? Some are overly strict. Others are toxic. Some don't show emotional support. Others try to control your life. Some criticize excessively and compare you like an object. Others belittle and treat you like a child (even when you've got children of your own). Different generations, different upbringings, different social landscapes, different cultures, different languages...it's like they don't get it. Can this change? Yes! In How to Deal with Asian Parents, Katharine teaches you the 5 important steps for improving the relationship with your parents. Why the relationship with your parents is important What you can talk about with your parents How to talk to your parents When you should accept your parents for who they are Who you are and how to accept yourself Katharine shares her authentic stories and relationship-building tips for how she improved her relationship with her parents to empower students to do the same. She understands the struggles of connecting with Asian parents and wants to inspire others to talk about these issues despite growing up in a culture that hid them. It's time to start managing your expectations in the relationship you have with your parents. Because at the end of the day, no matter how hard you try to convince yourself that you are not your parents, there is an element of who they are in you.