THE PROBLEM: Strained Relationships Between Mothers and their Teenage Daughters
The landscape is cluttered with unhappy anxious mothers who are trying to figure out why their darling teen girls snarl at them over insignificant topics. Both trust issues and hormonal influences cloud the picture, making it difficult to navigate your tumultuous relationship.
What if there was a roadmap that would help you go from being a force opposing your daughter, to joining forces with her?
Now there is! You can learn how to navigate and negotiate a strained relationship with your teenage daughter, who is impatiently waiting for you to figure it out.
Do you seem to always push the wrong buttons when the two of you talk? Want to learn how to avoid the pitfalls associated with parent/teen relationships? How would you like to get your mother-daughter relationship back on track?
Spend a hands-on interactive weekend with your teenage daughter taking a closer look at the person who you love (even though she drives you crazy, and at yourself (even though you’ve tried and tried and tried). Learn what makes you different, and how to make those differences work for you. Capitalize on your similarities (they may surprise you) and learn to move forward as a Mother/Daughter Team. Build the relationship you always wanted.
THE AUTHOR: Deborah Ann Davis
Award-winning author Deborah Ann Davis has met with hundreds of families who were seeking advice to help their kids better navigate high school. Her mission is to create emotionally strong girls who will become emotionally strong women who will raise emotionally strong families. As an acclaimed speaker, Deborah has touched thousands of people through classes and workshops, coaching them towards win–win solutions to make school and every day life more manageable.
In addition to successfully raising her own teenage daughter, Deborah spent seven years as a teenager herself. She is also personally acquainted with thousands of teens from her 27 years of teaching. There she witnessed first-hand their need for encouragement and alternatives. Now she provides both in the form of seminars, workshops, retreats, and in her upcoming books:
- Every mother’s roadmap to surviving her daughter’s teen years, Leave Me Alone! (Not Really): Opening the Door Your Daughter Slammed
- The fun and quirky teen workbook, Girl’s Guide to Good Guys: The Power of Being Patient and Picky.