That Was Then… This Is Now
Remember when your relationship with your daughter was all hugs and giggles? Is it still that way, or has a vast gap been growing between you and your precious girl? Are you unsure how to handle the eye-rolling and door-slamming behaviors that seem to be a characteristic of teenagers? What if you could receive professional help that would improve your mother-daughter relationship? How about a few parenting tools and techniques that would help you reconnect with your daughter?
Parent Coaching Helps You Reconnect With Your Disconnected Daughter
My name is Deborah Ann Davis and I’m eager to help awesome moms like you. As a mother and a teacher, I’ve gained parenting tools and techniques that I’m eager to pass on to other moms. You don’t have to have a B.S. in education, a M.Ed. in Supervision, or a W.I.T.S. Personal Trainer certification like I do. You just have to be motivated to make things better, and you need support.
That’s where I come in. I’ll help you emphasize what’s already working, and address the needs specific to your relationship with your daughter.
The Gap Between You And Your Daughter Isn’t As Big As It May Seem
While from your perspective it may appear as though your daughter prefers isolating herself behind her bedroom door, the truth is she’s longing for a loving connection with you, too. That closed door may seem like an insurmountable obstacle – but, with a little help, you can overcome it.
Parent coaching gives you additional tools and techniques to help you overcome the barriers you feel are between you and your daughter. They help you to establish the deeper mother-daughter connection that both you and your daughter want.
To find out more, book your free Clarity Consult today so you can start sorting things out.
Bridging The Gaps Between Mothers And Daughters With Expert Support
I’m excited by the prospect of helping you put happiness back into your parenting relationship. I’ve helped hundreds of families over the years, and I can’t wait to use my experience as an educator and a mother to benefit you and your child.
You basically have two choices. You can interrupt the negative pattern between you today, and learn how to improve your mother-daughter relationship.
Or, you can change nothing, and let the gap between you grow.
But, ask yourself this. If things continue the way they are, where will your relationship be this time next year?
Your anxious daughter needs you to figure it out ASAP. Every minute you wait to seek the parenting support you need only serves to prolong your child’s feelings of disconnection and turmoil.
You have nothing to lose, and everything to gain!