Extreme Parenting - Confessions of a Liger Mom Pussy Cat

 

Yes, I said "Liger" not tiger! A Liger is half lion and half tiger. I've been reading about all the controversy over Amy Chua's book and essay on WSJ "Why Chinese Mothers are Superior". Her book is "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother. Amy Chua". She uses the symbol of the Tiger as someone who is authoritative and powerful. Well if you know anything about Lions you'll know that they are mostly lazy, but the females do all the hard work. So I figured, I'm sorta a combination of the two... with a little pussy cat thrown in!

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