My daughter gets a kick out of the fact that I like to go out for a breakfast or lunch with my friends. Spending time with "the girls" demonstrates the importance you place on friendship and models every mom's need for time to herself.
As moms, we are not immune to the good, the bad, and the ugliness of relationships. When friendship troubles occur, remember we have a friend above that is there to always' help.
Are you a loner, a social butterfly, or somewhere in the middle? Consider how your socialization comfort level differs from that of your child and what signals that it may be sending to him or her.
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