Advice Guru Liz Pryor: Female Friendships—Ours & Our Daughter’s

How to teach your child the importance of acknowledging her true feelings and being able to share them openly with friends.

Liz Pryor, author of the female friendship book What Did I Do Wrong? and the former advice guru for Good Morning America answers listener questions in this Just Tell Me What To Do segment on girl drama. What do you do when your daughter doesn’t want to be friends with a girl anymore, but you have a relationship with the mom? How to teach your child the importance of acknowledging her true feelings and being able to share them openly with friends. The importance of modeling friendships for your child. Even if you don’t have a daughter, Liz’s counsel is applicable to adult female friendships as well. Some really good reminders—particularly when it comes to being brutally honest about your feelings.

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