As a therapist, my primary goal is to help individuals navigate through life’s challenges and offer support during their darkest moments. However, it’s important to recognize that therapists are not immune to their own struggles. In this candid blog post, I want to shed light
Grief is an inherent part of the human experience, and as Asian American adults, we often find ourselves grappling with both collective and individual grief. The interplay of historical traumas, cultural expectations, and personal struggles can be overwhelming, but we have the strength to heal
Practicing self-compassion is an important part of taking care of ourselves which can often be tough, especially for Asian American individuals who may face unique cultural challenges. Many children of immigrants from collectivist cultures are taught to prioritize the needs of others before their own.