When a parent-child relationship transitions into an adult-adult relationship, things can get a little shaky — especially with mothers and daughters.

“Although it rarely happens, society has long taught us that a mother-daughter relationship should be beautiful and exceptionally close,” says Fiona Yasin, family psychotherapist and founder Wave Clinic.

When a relationship breaks down, it can be a big “shock,” the therapist says, and there can be intense feelings of shame and guilt.

In the meantime, people often like to blame female hormones or various personality traits for such cracks, for therapists who specialize in this field, this is simply not the case.


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