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-- -- Always be tough but for tiger moms it's second nature remember -- to she was the author of battle hymn of the tiger mom.
She says she's grateful she was raised by a -- Looking back as an adult I'm so grateful to them I thought oh my gosh.
They keep me the skills and the foundation to personal passions.
Hold the key to parenting.
Our next -- raised by -- tiger mom says no way in fact he's written a book about that called.
Strike back Kim -- kilter is the author of tiger baby strike back.
How I was raised by tiger mom but could not -- cannot be turned to the dark side -- you're doing just the opposite why.
I feel like strict parenting.
It might yield quantitative -- -- results test scores awards but there's so many ways to.
Have success that are invisible that are inside you and I think that.
It cause a lot of anxiety for me growing up having such strict high standards as if that's all that mattered.
You say it's within the Chinese culture.
To sort of have this lack of emotion.
And that that filters down into the way in which child -- -- house up.
Well I think it.
Immigrants and generations that are close to the immigrant generation.
They want other kids to be tough because they know that life is hard.
I feel like we are so far from actual survival we're not worried about.
In real life for just starving for affection.
But do you think that tough this could be Danny an advantage in the real world that you could be losing giving huge -- -- -- you have.
There -- ways to be tough but still accessible.
To your children in it for example.
We get our homework done and we still have played -- I think you can do both I don't think you can use of cut -- -- Because Amy -- has written -- book that she didn't allow sleepovers and there was and a lot of practicing on instruments and things like that in some people thought that it was a little too far over the line.
I -- just sitting in you telling -- viewers -- your mom's reaction because she was tiger mom and she's currently not speaking to you right.
Well she's coming around.
But we had a very.
-- period it wasn't even daytime it was just.
Crickets chirping so I think that the intellectual knowledge that your child is writing a book.
Is different from actually opening the pages and seeing that here's a conversation that you had thirty years ago that you remember -- yes and -- might not even remember it happened and she was younger.
Then that I am now and I understand that that might sound unfair but it's also significant that thirty years later I still remember it affects me.
Two has felt less than because I've got a B plus.
So its third of the and to the antithesis of tiger -- at the new black tiger baby strike back check it out can one tell her thanks much.
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