Friday, November 8th, 2013
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What Can We Blame Mom For Today?

"The manner by which a mother interacts with her friends serves as a role model for how an adolescent child develops his/her own peer friendships. Unfortunately, teens often pick up on the negative elements in a relationship, such as conflict and antagonism, and then copy these attitudes into their own relationships."

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Ralph Haygood (#13,154)

Or the manner by which a mother doesn't interact with her friends, because she doesn't have any. Seriously. The whole time I was growing up, my mother had only two kinda-sorta-but-not-really friends. And my father died when I was just 7, but I don't think he had many friends either. So I grew up weirdly thinking of friends as something mostly for children, not adults.

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