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"Daughtering": 6 Keys to Stronger Mother-Teen Bonds

We have so many definitions and raging debates about what mothering is, but what do daughters do? Being interactive with a mother greatly reduces the all-too-common friction between mothers and adolescent daughters. Here are 6 suggestions for effective, healthy “daughtering.” Read More

Daughtering Article

This is a great article! I work with mothers and daughters on building and enhancing their bond, and being able to build from both the "mothering" point of view, as well as the "daughtering" point of view is critical in establishing a strong and healthy mother-daughter relationship.

Thanks for sharing!

The Renovation Begins,

Sharmetra Pittman, The Mother & Daughter Relationship Renovator
Creative Bonding Instructor and Founder of Love Life Enterprises

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Susan Newman, Ph.D., is a social psychologist and author. Her latest book is The Case for the Only Child: Your Essential Guide.


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