Living Bi-Culturally: Family, College, and Dating

What do two Vietnamese-American women have to talk about when they haven’t talked for years? A lot of things, like growing up, defying stereotypes, not becoming a doctor or lawyer, going to community college, intergenerational trauma, dynamics of diversity, friends, relatives, interracial dating, and so much more. Nellie Tran, Ph.D. is an Assistant Professor at […]

Going to College was the Hardest Thing in Her Life

What does a balanced healthy life look like? Brooke Lee interviews her therapist mother Dr. Rachel Lee. Here’s a Korean American daughter and mother having a heart-to-heart conversation and we get to listen in.   They have an honest talk about how her family prepared Brooke for life, but hard times still come. Brooke details […]