It’s time to rewrite the story we’ve been taught about mother daughter relationships in the preteen and teen years.
The story that goes…
I’m going to lose her.
We’re going to stop talking.
I hear teen girls are awful… (crazy, mean, selfish terrors).
Maybe if I survive the teen years with her… things will get better after?
It’s time for the new story: connection is natural. You see, we’re creatures of attachment, and our brains and bodies are hardwired for love.
Which means that nature is on your side.
Your daughter actually wants and needs you to be connected during the teen (and preteen) years, more than ever, just in a different way.
Through the generations though, we may have forgotten how to connect. It’s time to remember what comes naturally… relationships!
Yes, you got this.
We got you.
It’s time to trust yourself.
What’s Mothering & Daughtering?
Mothering is raising your daughter to become herself.
Daughtering is being active in your relationship.
It’s healing the matriline.
It’s passing along healthy body image.
It’s social media boundaries.
It’s using conflict as an opportunity to connect.
It’s choosing to thrive and not just survive.