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Building a Better Mother-Daughter Relationship & Empowering the Next Generation of Women w/Dr. Michelle Deering

Released Thursday, 21st January 2021
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Having strong relationships with our children is something all mothers aspire to, but in the case of girl moms, it may be even more important than we realize. That’s because when raising daughters, we have an opportunity to empower the future generation of women.
As Boss Moms, many of us are motivated by the thought of using our businesses to uplift other women, but sometimes shifting our focus to creating a strong foundation for our own daughters can make an even bigger impact. 
That being said, girl moms often struggle to draw the line between creating ‘mini-me’s’ and allowing our daughters to become the best versions of themselves
How do we find the balance between guiding them to great things and giving them the space to decide who they are? How do we become parents to daughters who thrive in their own right?
Is it possible to do all that when we’re dealing with baggage of our own? 
In this episode, host of the Mother Daughter Connections Podcast, Dr. Michelle Deering shares how to build stronger, more empowering relationships with our daughters. 

Three Things You’ll Learn in This Episode

  • The key to healthier communication with our children:

    Understanding is vital for real conversations with our kids. When disagreements arise, we have to be mindful of where they’re at and what they’re going through, and then tailor our responses to that.

  • Why moving forward requires reflection:

    We can’t fix anything without facing it first. By taking a deep look into what’s going on in our own lives, we’ll be able to better understand why certain words, actions, and behaviors trigger us

  • How to unearth our personal issues when we aren’t aware of them:

    Self-reflection is often easier said than done, and more so when we aren’t aware of what’s holding us back. Sometimes it’s helpful to have someone else point those things out to us, whether that person be a friend, family member, or a therapist.
Guest Bio- 
Dr. Michelle Deering believes that every mother and daughter should have a thriving and loving relationship. This refreshing approach has made her a sought-after speaker, online educator, and consultant. 
Before running her consulting business, Michelle served as a licensed clinical and sport psychologist at a BIG 10 University, Fortune 500 corporate trainer, and higher education professional. Nowadays, you’ll find her speaking at conferences, training for her next Reebok Spartan Sprint Race, and practicing rudiments on her drum kit — all while coaching, serving clients, and recording her hit podcast, The Mom Stops Here™/Mother Daughter Connections™. Michelle is the author of What Mothers Never Tell Their Daughters: 5 Keys to Building Trust, Restoring Connection, & Strengthening Relationships.
To find out more, go to:
To connect with Michelle on social media, go to:
Listen to Michelle’s podcast at:
TheMomStopsHere™ Episode 2: Personal Downtime (https://apple.co/3bePyyO
And subscribe at http://bit.ly/themomstopsherewebsite or https://www.curativeconnections.com/mother-… 
Get her book at:
For the FREE PDF on Lessening Arguments With Your Daughter mentioned in this episode, go to bit.ly/lessarguments
And for the FREE TLMR® Tip Sheet PDF, go to: 

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