Archives For Daughters

Love Lessons

February 14, 2014 — Leave a comment

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Love, dating, relationships, they are all hot topics moms and daughters talk about, but not necessarily with each other.

Would you know what to do if your daughter was the “mean girl”?Ã? 

There are a few common signs that your child could be vulnerable to being labeled a “Bully:”

Your Chid Has Trouble Sleeping

A recent study of 341 children conducted by the University of Michigan found that children with sleep problems related to sleep-disordered breathing were more likely to display bullying tendencies or have other conduct problems than children without the sleep concerns. If your child is having sleep problems, a visit with your doctor or a sleep specialist might be a good place to start preventing bullying or to correct bully behavior. Continue Reading…

When children are little, parents rule. But as kids grow into teenagers, friends often take priority over parents. Continue Reading…

When a Child Hurts

March 11, 2010 — Leave a comment

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Well, it’s happened. Maybe you were afraid it would. Or, perhaps it blindsided you butââ?¬Â¦.your daughter didn’t make the dance team. Your son was passed over for the scholarship. Your child didn’t get the part or solo or moment in the sun which he or she worked so hard! Now what do you do? You call upon your own Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Liz. So, your son is hurting. Your daughter comes to you in tears. And as a parent you’re supposed to make it all better. Where do we start? Continue Reading…

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Self-confidence is like a muscle; it can be strengthened and built-up. There are two things that we as mothers, big sisters, aunts, and grandparents can do to help a young woman in our life increase their overall self-confidence: Continue Reading…