How Can I Improve My Mother-Daughter Relationship? If you’re a mother struggling to maintain a mother-daughter relationship with your tween or teenage daughter, you aren’t alone. Motherhood can be a very isolating experience, […]
Category: Dealing with Teenagers
For those of you visiting me for the first time, welcome! I’m Deborah Ann Davis, award-winning author and Parenting Coach. The following blog post is an excerpt from my upcoming parenting […]
Positive Relationship Characteristics Recently I asked for some ideas for a title for my new parenting course. This week I thought I’d share an excerpt from it, specifically from: MODULE […]
Mother’s Day Month ends today, so I’m going to use this post to share links to what we did. There’s a lot of helpful info contained here, so you bookmark […]
Here’s a mother-daughter relationship breakdown: “Hey, Mom?” I froze at the sound of my daughter’s voice, trying to figure out if I should run and hide, or stay and chat. […]
Does is seem like your teen is thinking, “My relationship with my mom is falling apart” around report-card time? How would you like a simple tool that will undo the […]
Here’s one way on how to improve mother-daughter relationships: The Phone Call: Her (voice distressed): Mom, do you have time to chat? Me (stopping what I was doing): Sure. What’s […]
The relationship with her mother is the most important female bond in a daughter’s life. She needs it because children are too heavily influenced by media and young friends, especially […]
My inbox is loaded with so many messages with the word “Thankful” in the subject line that I mentally brush them off. I get that it’s important to jump on the bandwagon during the season of buying, but it gets a little redundant.
That’s why I took note of an email entitled “I appreciate YOU!” It stood out from the crowd, but more importantly, it sent me right down Memory Lane and made me laugh aloud. Here’s why.