Q: I am the mother of three daughters 15, 13, and Although I try to set limits, technology is ruining my family life. My oldest daughter in particular is addicted to Facebook, Skype, texting, etc.
It's important to me that, right off the bat, you know how much I love my daughters. I adore them. I know that
Our daughter graduated college six months ago. She is a functioning adult living on her own in a city miles away. Right now, I should be patting myself on the back for my contribution to raising her. Here are my top three.
And every year, without fail, my daughter is the spare wheel in the group. Her two cousins always move away from her, or talk about stuff that my daughter can't join in with. I feel like pulling out of the holiday so I don't have to watch this.
Sharing personal information brings people closer together. Verified by Psychology Today. All girls are different, but regardless of their personality and circumstances, our teenage daughters contend with a barrage of challenges including surging hormonesmixed messages, and social pressures.
Navigating your teen daughter through her years can be rough. Their lives, bodies, and social circles are all changing at a rapid pace. Friendships that were easy in elementary school become difficult in middle school and high school.
Q: I am really struggling with my year-old daughter. Anytime I talk to her, or even ask her a question, she just mumbles at me. Her room looks like a pigsty, with dirty plates under the bed, dirty clothes stuffed back in her wardrobe, smelly socks stuffed under her bedclothes. When I ask her to tidy her room, she gets angry, accusing me of always being on her back.
You aren't imagining it. Battle days are increased during adolescence. And most experts will tell you that Mom is the favorite target of her daughter's anger and frustration.