Many Asian parents have sky-high aspirations for their children, whether they are putting their children to work harder in school, placing their children first in piano process after school, or imposing strict nutrition. They think their offspring’s enjoyment, upcoming success and also- being are centered on their achievement of these goals. They ascribe to their children’s disobedience, respect, and commitment to those objectives

There has been a lot of discussion about how Asian children are raised, from Amy Chua’s bestseller Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother to research demonstrating that Asiatic families are more likely to emphasize their children’s academic and artistic accomplishments. But, these serious parenting styles are not just about researchers– they may also impact children’s mental health.

The issue is that, especially if they are not met, these high standards can cause feelings of inadequacy and self-esteem. Additionally, it can lead to the false impression that one’s worth is based solely on their accomplishments rather than on their individual traits.

Fortunately, effective communication is a key to managing these issues. By engaging in conversational dialogue with your children, you can help them understand their unique talents, aspirations, and difficulties and form a lasting bond with them. This can help them develop a healthy sense of self-worth while lowering the pressure of meeting parental expectations. Talking with your children for a while can help them deal with feelings of isolation, depression, or anxiety in a healthy way.