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This blog contains all of the lessons I've learned and shared from my journey of healing my relationship with my parents.
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An archive of our weekly newsletter.
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 16: This is what you'll never know
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 15: Three ways you can heal
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 14: A Mother's Day Love Letter
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 13: Behind-the-scenes at Parents Are Human
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 12: What I bought my parents to help them improve their posture
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 11: Photo dump from Mama Lam's birthday
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 10: Calculate how many more times you'll get to see your parents
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 9: My mom pretended to want a dog when she was heartbroken
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 8: My Mama's Llama
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 7: Photos from celebrating my dad's 70th birthday
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 6: Hug your parents for no reason, you won't regret it
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 5: Personal development programs that are worth it
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 4: Language accessibility is SO important
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 3: Letting go of the story that my parents are not good with technology
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 2: Behind every great athlete is an extraordinary parent
👵👴 Dear Mom & Dad 1: My parents love working out now 🤯
A series of essays documenting my journey of healing a broken relationship with my parents.
The question about love that changed my life ❤️🔥
How to Start a Parent Project Pod
The Tech Tools I Use to Record and Preserve My Parents’ Stories
On My Birthday, I Interviewed My Parents: What Was It Like To Raise Me?
30 Reflections From Healing a Broken Relationship With My Parents
(All 30 Essays)
#1 - I Yelled at My Parents for Over a Decade & Here's Why I Owned Up To It
#2 - The Three Sentences That Changed My Relationship With My Parents Forever
#3 - Who I Became When I Didn't Cry for Ten Years
#4 - The One Goal I Had Rebuilding My Relationship With My Parents
#5 - I Lived With My Parents & Hugged Them Every Day for a Year and a Half
#6 - I Tried to Escape From My Family's Dysfunction; It Didn't Work
#7 - My Mom Pretended to Want a Dog; She Was Actually Heartbroken
#8 - We Have the Power to Bring Community to Our Parents by Having BYOP Parties
#9 - I Did a Bad Job Hearing Out My Parents; That's Why They Repeated Themselves
#10 - Dear Mom: I Will Never Yell at You Again for Giving Me Too Much Food
#11 - I Conditioned My Parents and Now I'm Doing Everything I Can to Undo It
#12 - I Promised Myself That I’d Show Up as the Same Person Everywhere I Go
#13 - Letting Go of the Story That My Parents Are Not Good with Technology
#14 - The Three Key Challenges for Healing My Relationship With My Parents
#15 - Identifying My Emotional Wound and Coping Mechanism From Childhood
#16 - The One Internal Shift I Had to Make to Begin to Understand My Parents
#17 - What I Learned From Hitting Rock Bottom During the Hardest Year of My Life
#18 - What It Means to Take Full Responsibility for My Communication
#19 - Letting Go of My Childhood Stubbornness and Improving My Chinese
#20 - Family Is All My Dad Needs to Be Fulfilled, and It's a Lesson We All Need to Hear
#21 - Note to Self: I Cannot Change My Parents; I Can Only Change Myself
#22 - Try This: Practice Saying a Genuine Thank You to a Triggering Statement
#23 - Advice My Mom Would Give to All Parents: Be Friends With Your Children
#24 - Not All Heroes Wear Capes: A Memory That Exemplifies My Mother's Love
#25 - Not All Heroes Wear Capes: The Act of Service That Embodies My Father's Love
#26 - The Shortcut That Helped Me Deepen My Relationship With My Parents
#27 - The Transformative Power of Asking My Parents Deep, Meaningful Questions
#28 - My Parents Showed Their Love for Me Through Gifts & Now I Am Doing the Same
#29 - It Took Me Two Years of Inner Work to Let Go of My Shame and Forgive Myself
#30 - Building a Future Where My Family and Friends Live in an Intergenerational Village
Dear Mom: I will never yell at you again for giving me too much food
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