Change is viewed as a challenge by some moms and daughters. However, today's moms and daughters must manage their varied lifestyles, possibilities, and perspectives on being female, which may lead to conflict as they argue about who is right and who is wrong. Mothers and daughters may fight because of these reasons:
Daughters want to prove that they are able to take care of themselves and don't need their parents to support them. They may feel that their mothers don't appreciate how hard they work or don't give them enough attention and love.
Mothers want to make sure that their daughters know that they are there for them and will always have their back. They may also feel that their children don't understand what they go through to provide for them and that's why they need to show them how much they are loved.
Both mothers and daughters can be argumentative when they feel like they aren't listening to each other or not given the space they need to express themselves.
They can also get into fights if one mother tries to stop her daughter from doing something she feels is wrong. For example, if her daughter wants to go out at night without telling her where she is going, then she would fight this decision by saying it's too dangerous for her to be out alone at night.
Finally, mothers and daughters fight because of differences in opinion.
The mother-daughter connection was built on similarity.
Daughters can also fight with each other over relationships. Sometimes these fights become so intense that one or more of the girls needs help from a psychologist or counselor. These conflicts are called "girl gangs" or "cliques."
Moms and daughters can also fight because they want different things. For example, a daughter might want her mom to be happy and not care what she wants, while the mother wants her daughter to be responsible and earn her own money. Moms and daughters can also fight because one parent disagrees with something the other parent did. For example, if Mom sees Dad hitting Sully across the face with a rolled-up newspaper, she might say something like, "You know you're just hitting him harder because he cried last time." From which it would follow that Sully must have done something to deserve it.
Finally, mothers and daughters can fight because they think they are doing it for the best reason possible. For example, a mother might believe that hitting her child only teaches him/her to defend himself/herself by becoming aggressive too.
When women's emotional needs go unspoken, moms and daughters battle over who gets their needs satisfied. And when oppressive gender norms limit women's options and independence, moms and daughters battle about their lack of freedom. Daughters feel restricted by what they can and cannot do, while moms want to give them more autonomy.
Daughterhood is a big responsibility that requires much time, energy, and focus, which leaves little room for conflict between mother and daughter. Mothers may feel like they are not receiving enough attention or love from their children, which leads to conflict.
Mothers and daughters may also fight because each one wants to be viewed as equal to the other, but society does not allow for this. Even though mothers and daughters share the same father, they are still expected to act differently. This creates tension between them because they both want to be treated equally, but one can't be two things at once.
Finally, mothers and daughters may fight because mothers are often denied access to education and employment opportunities that would help them provide for themselves and their families. This can lead to conflict regarding who will take care of Mom in her old age.
When mothers' emotional needs go unspoken, they tend to project their own issues onto their kids. This can lead to conflict with your daughter if you are unhappy with your life situation.
Mothers and daughters have a unique bond that can be both challenging and rewarding. As mothers, we are frequently blamed for everything by our daughters. Just as we have a special link with our daughters, girls have a special bond with their fathers. They rely on him for protection, advice, and encouragement.
If you're a mother, you know how important your relationship is with your daughter. It's a two-way street though-girls need to feel loved and cared for too! Mothers should try to show their daughters they are valued and cherished by giving them attention when they want it and doing things for them occasionally. This shows your girl that she is important to you and gives you a chance to get to know her better as an individual.
Also, mothers and daughters need to communicate openly with one another. A daughter cannot grow up into a healthy woman if she does not receive proper guidance from her parents. So mothers and daughters need to talk about what's going on in each other's lives, give and receive support when needed, and learn from each other's experiences.
Finally, mothers and daughters need to forgive one another for any mistakes that were made at a young age. We all make mistakes, but mothers and daughters who have this bond can truly understand each other and know that no matter what, they will always have a place where they can turn to for love and support.