I am so sorry to hear that you are having trouble with your adult daughter. I myself am an adult daughter (29 years old) also with a baby. I admit to being moody and cranky with my own mother too at times, but not nearly as severe as the behavior you describe. It can be very challenging for parents to set limits with adult children who have become overly dependent. I hope you have already resolved your problem with your daughter, but if you haven't.
#problems with my grown daughter #grown daughter problem #daughter blames me for everything #father died #blame #difficulties in the marriage #problem growing up #gone much of the time #family stress #mother's fault. This question was answered by Dr. Bob Rich. Dr. Rich has 30+ years of experience as a psychotherapist. Dr. The Problem: An adult daughter is moving toward independence; thus the primary movement is away from the mother. The mother sometimes experiences this as a loss and makes efforts to draw her daughter back. In attempting to keep the mother-daughter connection alive, the mother may ask questions that the daughter sees as intrusive, or give advice, which the daughter interprets as .