The connection between a mother and daughter is unique. It starts as an easy exchange of a mother caring for a daughter’s basic needs, but over time this relationship dance changes. Toes are stepped on, there’s blaming, apologizing and the “dancers” letting go. Ideally, mothers and daughters learn and adjust to each other’s movements throughout their lifespan.
At the next Olson Center brown bag discussion, Judy Neville of the College of Pharmacy will share her unique experience raising four daughters. Pat Curran, family counselor with Catholic Charities, will outline the nuances of the mother-daughter relationship and provide advice on how to heal old wounds. Seating is limited; please pre-register by calling the Olson Center at 402.559.6345. Bring your lunch. Simple refreshments will be provided.
The lectures are free, however if you would like to obtain nursing credit, the cost is $10.00. Payment instructions will be given when you pre-register.
Tuesday, September 18 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Eppley Science Hall, Amphitheater
4220 Dewey Ave, Omaha, NE 68105