Asian parents on interracial dating
We also take care of my little step sister who is only a toddler.
I get that all these little things add up and that she may very well have a reason to be angry/irritated sometimes but I think that the way she gets angry is completely uncalled for.
I love my family but I don’t want to marry someone I don’t like. His family is very accepting and he knows not to expect much from mine.
But I’m scared that when I tell them, they’ll emotionally blackmail me again by talking about cutting me out of the family.
However, last year I ran into a guy and couldn’t stay away from him. But I know what to expect from them as they’re very conservative and traditional.
My mom has often explained her blunt views about interracial marriage and is already talking about finding a guy for me.
Somedays, she just is angry about something and takes it out on the whole family.
And even if her day at work is stressful, I honestly don't think she has the right to just look for something to get mad about (usually me or my sister) at home so she has an excuse to relieve it, or just make the whole family tense because we don't want her to fucking lose it.
Is it bad that I just want to keep the distance between us?
I don’t feel guilty I really think asian parents are very toxic and they think they aren’t because they go to church. So this is not really a story, but more of a question to the people on this subreddit So I am a highschooler, Korean, and live with my dad (who is biological) and my step mother (also korean).
I also live with my grandparents (from my dad's side).
Lost Girl A: Start thinking about what “to expect” from yourself and from your boyfriend.
Your parents are unlikely to change, especially since they resort to harsh threats.
How do I deal with father trying to slowly deconstruct our house?