There are 5 Important questions your daughter should ask the financial aid office at her dream school. Dr. Deering addresses this topic in today's blog.
On today's episode of Mother Daughter Connections®, I discuss the Language of Loss™. Our twin daughters and our family have gone through the deaths of three "fur babies." Each instance happened at different stages.
When some people think of what a mother-daughter relationship should be, they think of the word, “close.” However, the main prerequisite for a thriving mother-daughter relationship is that it has healthy boundaries. BOUNDARIES DEFINED A boundary is a demarcation line between one entity and other. It is that “line” which indicates where something begins…and ends. […]
In today's blog, I write about: What Is Daughter Empowerment? This blog (along with Episode #135 of Mother Daughter Connections™) is packed with wisdom that will help you re-orient yourself and get you (back) on track.
Have you ever found yourself in the middle of a conflict with your daughter, and the way it ended did not feel right? The situation had you wondering about every interaction you’ve had and if there is anything that will fix your mother-daughter conflict. If that is the case, here are five essential open-ended questions […]
There is this saying, “money does not grow on trees.” Well, it grows out of ATMs. At least that’s least how things are going in our age of technology. Our daughters used to think that when they were little. However, over the last 20 years, their thinking has evolved from being oblivious to taking ownership […]
The first time I heard the song, ‘Break Up to Make Up’ on the radio, I knew that the song by The Stylistics was really about relationships. Nevertheless, when it came to me and my mom, we had this kind of love-hate thing going on in our relationship. As her daughter, I was so beautiful […]
Raising tween/teen daughters and staying connected can feel like a daunting task at times. I have covered different topics relating to mothering with purpose and informed intentions, which involves learning lessons from past years and determining how are we are going to parent our daughters with purpose in mind. How do you go about raising […]
There are 4 distinctive patterns of interactions that mothers and daughters display, but here are the two most common relational patterns with mother daughter relationships that I have come across. You can read about all 4 patterns in my book, ‘What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughters.’ Pattern #1: Mom-In-Daughter™ Relationship There are common statements mothers […]