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    LoveGR
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    Hi all, this is my first post as i only just signed up today.

    Basically my relationship with my 12 year old daughter is at breaking point. I love her more than life itself but both of us have been through alot and its taking a toll on us both.

    Does anyone know of any organisations that offer mum/daughter only activities/ bonding excersises? In the midlands area?

    Thanks in advance

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    GirlFriday
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    Hi, my youngest daughter is almost 16 and there is just the 2 of us (& the puppy at home now). We love a good old pedicure, manicure ice cream & dvd a real girly night.

    We occasionally go  shopping, roller skating or cinema or even the local garden centre for a nice coffee for me & hotchoc for her.

    Hope you find something suitable, I would Luke to say it gets easier but my eldest is almost 21 and believe me it doesn’t 😂😂

    Take care

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    Jojo120
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    I looked for volunteering opportunities but very little for children as I thought that might be nice. We do puzzles and movie nights, pamper night’s and sometimes go for a coffee (milk for her) but our favourite is getting in the car, getting the music on and singing together! We drove to the next town over and have a mooch in the shops. Simple but just lovely bonding. We also turn the tv off some evenings and just listen to music and chat. With work my time is limited so I always try to make the most of it. I’m also midlands with a daughter the same age if you want to get in touch. Quality time is important, do you have a hobby you can share or learn? I’m teaching my daughter to sew clothes and we make a lot of mistakes but it’s a nice process.

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