Very often there are situations when two most people can’t find understanding. You need time to understand how to build relationships with my mother not to commit further mistakes.
Mom always remains the most close person, regardless of how old we are. But unfortunately the problems between us begin to manifest in childhood, continue to adolescence, and conflict-adult daughters and their mothers at all no surprise. To know how to establish a relationship with the mother, you need to understand how you formed your relationship.
Daughter and mother: what are the relationships
If you do not consider extreme cases in which the child with his mother really is unlucky, in most cases the mother is really a lot invested in the development and upbringing of his daughter. But in the end the relationship between them cannot be called, nor trust, nor friendly. From experience, there are several types of relationship mother – daughter.
Mother and daughter are best friends
In forming this type of relationship, the main role is played by the mother. These relationships are laid in childhood and carefully scooting through life and her mother and daughter. If the mother had time to consider in daughter Mature person, they will have a very good relationship. The daughter in this case is completely Continue reading
Statistically, parents talking to the child of preschool age with a maximum of 15 minutes a day, the rest of the time is spent on persuasion, threats, training new and other classes. The older the child becomes, the less time we spend on calls. In adolescence conversations sometimes are limited to 1-3 minutes per day. That is why this age, complex in itself, fraught with many a breakup and misunderstanding. Often a bridge by which a teenager trying to learn to communicate with their parents, become personal dramas.
To start chatting, or rather, to learn to communicate with your teenager is much more difficult than with a toddler. A Frank conversation with a teenager is not always possible, even if you do, you have established communication and child needs it.
I would like to notice that the conversation is limited to phrases like “How was school?”, “What’s new?” cannot be considered honest. Most often they are used to keep the conversation going when you are busy and can’t talk to the child.
But a conversation with a preschooler or a Junior in high school is much easier to build. This is why many psychologists recommend to start learning to communicate, to talk openly, to share positive and negative emotions experienced during the day or as a result of events that have Continue reading