Sep 23, 2021
The mother-daughter relationship is one of the most important—and complicated in the lives of most adult women.
Helping my patients understand their mothers has helped me become familiar with parts of myself - and my mother - I might have never known if not for the stories I've heard, says Judith Rabinor, PhD,
We don't choose our mothers but as an adult you always have an opportunity to choose new pathways. It's never too late to let go of frustrated expectations and celebrate the connection you might have thought was doomed to disappointment and hurt.
Your mother is the most important woman you have ever known.
I’d love to suggest some books that I have found helpful:
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The Girl in The Red Boots: Making Peace with My Mother
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