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Guest Blog: My Biggest Critic: Navigating the Adult Daughter-Mom Relationship

Trying to figure out how to have that healthy relationship with your mom? You are not alone.

Take a look at TODAY contributor, Julie Halpert’s blog for insight into what works when it comes to moms and conflict.

Click here. Enjoy!

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  • http://www.psy-ed.com Anna Kaminsky

    It can certainly be challenging navigating the relationship between a mother and daughter, especially when they are two very different people. You might have a controlling or overbearing mother paired with a sensitive and compliant daughter — or the opposite. Both ends of the spectrum are ripe for conflict. Sometimes even when a parent is just trying to help, she may also come across as meddling or trying to tell the daughter what to do. Definitely a relationship that requires care to keep things good.

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