Relationships between Mothers and Daughters can be the most rewarding and can also be the most challenging relationship of your life. For some women it can be the most beautiful relationship and for others it does not evoke the best memories. Many mothers have childhood experiences and challenges that have never been spoken about, addressed or shared. Unfortunately, this can affect their daughters and can impact and influence the way in they see themselves, how they show up in the world, form relationships and how they relate and communicate with their own daughters.
For those who have enjoyed healthy generational mother/daughter relationships it is to be celebrated and shared. For daughters who have not been fortunate enough to have experienced such a relationship, Born to Excel, has created a safe space, not just for celebration, but to support, to share, care and speak! 'Mother & Daughter Conversations' is a space where healing from past hurts can take place! We cannot change the past, but we can choose how we want the future to be for us as daughters and mothers regarding past conversations, conversations we wished we had, but are no longer able to have! Based on my own experience I have been able to look at behaviors and beliefs that are passed down from generation to generation through mother & daughter relationships. Out of that experience was birthed 'Generations Entwined: Mother & Daughter Conversations'
Your Story, My Story, Our Stories
According to a study published in the journal of Neuroscience, the relationship between mothers and daughters is the strongest of all parent-child bonds.
Although we have many ideas about mother/daughter relationships, most of our beliefs are based on personal experience.
Mother/daughter relationships play an extremely important role in our self-esteem, our sense of who we are, and our ability to cope with our feelings. It impacts our emotions and how we communicate with others; how we see ourselves and how we show up in the world.
Mother & Daughter
Every daughter's story began with her mother!