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The Comforts of Home

Posted on: April 15, 2010

               It is so important for our daughters to feel
               comfortable and at ease at home. At first,
               this may be difficult to bring about. But
               with a bit of effort, it can be done.
               One of the ways that you could make
               home like a haven is to make sure that your
               daughter can speak her mind. If your
               daughter is feeling out of sorts, you should
               have a place in your home where you could
               go together and talk.
               Second, you should ensure that your
               daughter feels safe at home. This may mean
               that she could express herself in any way
               that she needs to without criticism or
               judgment. You should allow your daughter
               the time and space to goof around and she
               should feel comfortable to just be.
               Third, it is important for mothers to
               eliminate any residual tensions around the
               home. For instance, if you have an argument,
               you should deal with them with trust and
               respect. If there are any lingering issue
               between you and your daughter that make
               your interactions uncomfortable, you need to
               resolve them as quickly, compassionately,
               and supportively as possible.
               Most importantly, get through the issues
               and back to what is important   your love
               and support for her   as quickly as possible.
               Home is no place for tension, uncertainty, or
               bad feelings. Without a solid foundation to
               build on, it will be difficult for your daughter
               to believe there is anything she can count on.
               ~ Irene


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Irene S. Roth, Freelance Writer for Teens, Tweens, and Kids

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