East Meets West: Parenting From the Best of Both Worlds

East Meets West: Parenting From the Best of Both Worlds September 17, 2016

The day is here. My blogging work that began earlier this year has culminated in introducing this book to the real world. More of my insides will be spilled out. But hopefully, it’s to encourage parents all over. East Meets West Parenting is not just an entertaining memoir, or just a resource book for parenting best practice, but also a thoughtful dialogue on diversity, human nature, race, and social justice issues. 

Please take a look at the back cover:

Parenting can the the toughest journey a person ever makes. The author transparently addresses the difficult parts of this role while pointing us to some practical ways of thinking and relating with children to lighten the responsibility. This book is as fascinating as Amy Chua’s Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother memoir, as relatable as Jen Hatmaker’s Christian foibles, as uplifting as Iyanla Vanzant’s inspirational messages, and backed by solid research of the likes of Brene Brown, the author has weaved her deeply personal life lessons from Eastern and Western cultures to help her children and yours thrive. By deftly combining four of America’s favorite genres into one enjoyable read, the author does not force us to compare and choose one world view over another, but honors all.

My endorsements so far:

Kim understands the unique challenges and opportunities that arise when you’re parenting in a culture different than the one in which you were raised. Her words are wise and just what you need to figure out what is best for your family! – Jill Savage, author of Better Together: Because You’re Not Meant to Mom Alone

 This is an insightful book. It is full of sound and practical advice. I highly reccommend it. –Dr. Helen Mendes Love, MSW, author of Reflections on the Upsides of Aging.

Kim gives invaluable insight on the intricacies of parenting in a more globalized and culturally-relevant world, while respecting tradition and heritage.- Sam Louie, M.A., LMHC, author of Asian Shame and Addiction: Suffering in Silence.

Humorous, yet educational, this book is a must read for any parent. – Erika Olivares Sumner, Life & Wellness Coach, Mother of Three

Have I peaked your interest with my blogging or the back cover ads? If so, check out the book on Amazon, on WestbowPress, or on Barnes&Noble. It will also be available through 38,000 distribution outlets shortly. Thank you for the support!


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