December 27, 2016

As babies we don’t recognise ourselves as separate people from our mothers and this influences our view of ourselves in adulthood.

Our mothers influence our physical and psychological development.  As children we are dependent on our mothers, as well as other caregivers...

December 17, 2016

Physical touch of mother and daughter at birth is paramount. This teaches us we are secure, loveable and loved. Touching between mother and daughter begins the imprinting process and bonds mother and daughter together.

Being fed by our mothers from her breast and, or be...

December 12, 2016

Older siblings get more total-immersion mentoring with their parents before younger siblings come along.  As a result, they get an IQ and linguistic advantage because they are the focus of their parents’ attention - Jeffrey Kluger 

You might well be wondering why y...

December 5, 2016

Okay, I can hear you saying...'I never win anything' though if I may correct you, even if you didn't enter the prize draw to celebrate the launch of my second book 'Mothers and Daughters: The guide to understanding and transforming the relationship with you mother and...

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