As children we depend on our mothers entirely – for food, clothing, support, shelter, overall information about the world. With growing up these relationships inevitably change, which can lead to a deterioration of closeness and friendship between mothers and daughters
Is it because of the individualities, is it because of the alignment in the authorities from the position of adults, especially if the daughteralready has a child of her own, sometimes it's hard to keep the strong relationship mother-daughter.
We will offer you some tips that will help to improve this relationship, to bring the relationship closer and preserve the unconditional friendship, which the mother-daughter relationship gives.
Be thankful that you have the opportunity to express any attitude towards your mothers at all. Imagine what you would do if your closest person was gone or seriously ill? Won't you rethink your relationship and do your best to make the most of your time together?
Many daughters take their mothers for granted and don't realize how important it is to be thoughtful and grateful for everything their mothers have done and are doing to make their daughters feel loved and cared for.
Don't be too critical of your mothers and remember that they do everything out of love for you.
Communicate with respect
Whatever happens between you, respect should be a top value in a mother-daughter relationship. Even in times of conflict, even when you disagree, be careful what words you use. If necessary, be silent for a moment while you consider the situation and your further behavior.
Set He althy Boundaries
Some mothers, in their desire to pass on all their love and experience to their daughters, tend to cross the boundaries quite boldly, especially when it comes to raising children or the relationship with their husband.
If this is a cause of misunderstanding between you and if it is a cause of arguments and eventually comes to a scandal, establish a clear boundary. Talk to your mom (calmly and respectfully) about what you care about and what you think you can handle on your own. After such conversations, things fall into place somehow more easily.
Share new experiences
Researchers say that people who share common positive experiences strengthen the relationship with each other much more qualitatively. Take time for a walk just the two of you, for shopping or tidying up the home. Show each other how precious your time together is.
Cherish your relationship development
Inevitably, over the years, relationships between mothers and daughters change because the circumstances themselves change. It's one thing for a mother to raise and educate her teenage daughter, it's another thing to fight teenage torments, it's quite another to share her experience as an adult, independent and independent woman.
Always try to maintain a strong and loving relationship with your mothers. There is nothing better in the world than being best friends with the most important woman in your life!