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Strained Relationship with Your Teenage Daughter?
You’re not alone. The landscape is cluttered with unhappy anxious mothers who are trying to figure out why their darling teen girls snarl at them over insignificant topics. Both trust issues and hormonal influences cloud the picture, making it difficult to navigate your tumultuous relationship. What if there was a roadmap that would help you go from being a force opposing your daughter, to joining forces with her? Now, there is! You can learn how to navigate and negotiate a strained relationship with your teenage daughter, who is impatiently waiting for you to figure it out.
Imagine What Your Ideal Relationship With Your Daughter Would Feel Like
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Deborah Davis is an exceptional speaker, and it's amazing how quickly she connects with her audience. The weekend allowed for my daughter and I to connect on a whole new level, and we've learned so much about each other.
A wonderful experience - very useful info. "Ah ha!" moments, delicious food, lovely accommodations. Deborah knows what moms and daughters are going through from her experience as a mom and teacher. Got many good tips, from philosophy to food.
My daughter and I enjoyed our time together at the weekend retreat. We were able to open up to each other, talk to each other, laugh with each other; and we learned many things about the way we each think/act, and why.
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Stuff In A Pot is a great way to stretch the budget. The addition of veggies reduces the cost per serving of the meat. One pound of ground meat will now produce 10 flavorful servings. All of the fresh and frozen ingredients are free of additives and harmful chemical compound found in processed foods. And, you can stretch it further if you serve it over organic rice or gluten-free organic pasta.
My inbox is loaded with so many messages with the word “Thankful” in the subject line that I mentally brush them off. I get that it’s important to jump on the bandwagon during the season of buying, but it gets a little redundant.
That’s why I took note of an email entitled “I appreciate YOU!” It stood out from the crowd, but more importantly, it sent me right down Memory Lane and made me laugh aloud. Here’s why.
Seriously? She had me paged in a Connecticut store from California?
Hot under the collar, I found and punched the “R” on my keyboard, hit send, and rushed over to check out, hoping I had enough cash so I wouldn’t have to whip out a credit card identifying me as that Deborah Davis.