Every day, tell your daughter that she is loved, wise, lovely, deserving, capable, and all the other things you know her to be.
That will require putting your ego on hold. Listening to understand is more important than listening to find a solution.
You don't become a better parent by criticizing yourself for making mistakes; rather, you become a better parent by taking the time to learn from them.
Be active and have regular conversations with your daughter about school and her homework! Discuss the subjects taught in class. It takes love and care for their career to manage work and relationships.
Your daughter will remember whether or not you were present when she looks back on her life with you.
Teenage girls seek for and investigate freedom. They may push their parents away at this time, which can be extremely painful.
One of the best investments you'll ever make is a brief stop for hot chocolate or Maccas' chips on the way home, which will only set you back $4.
Stopping and taking a closer look at the problem at hand is considerably more beneficial than attempting to manage or repair it.
Even in trying times, traditions and rituals strengthen relationships and keep people linked. They don't need to be elaborate customs.
Daggy dancing, singing out of tune, and doing things you're not good at are all enjoyable and beneficial for your daughter's development and your relationship.