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Make It Better–Mothers of Tweens: Remaining Friends When Your Daughters Have Broken-Up

Published: March 24, 2012 | Last Updated: April 2, 2016 By | Reply Continue Reading

MAR 2012



Traditionally, middle school girls are fickle when it comes to friendship. One day, they are best friends. The next day, they’re enemies.


The cycle may end when the girls go their separate ways or continue for a tumultuous time. It’s a roller coaster of emotions and mothers are often dragged along for the ride. It gets even more complicated when they’re friends.


Can you remain friends when your daughters have "broken up?"…

If your daughter is bullied or dumped by a friend, then maintaining constant contact with that other family might be interpreted as a lack of support, says Dr. Irene Levine, author of "Best Friends Forever: Surviving A Break-up With Your Best Friend."


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