mother accuses grown daughter of complaining about her

 

Last week’s cartoon, on annoying people at work, and how to identify them, is here,  and click Like on my Facebook page to get notified of new cartoons as they get published.

All rights reserved, and content including cartoon is © Donna Barstow 2013.  Thanks!

This week’s cartoon is on the never-ending drama between mothers and daughters. What, you thought it would be over when one of you grew up?

Such an important relationship, on such tricky waters. In this particular situation, as mother tells her daughter she thought the subject might have been her, I was thinking about Dr. Laura, but it could be other psychology talk radio hosts, of course. I have never called talk radio, but I confess, I listen to it often, with great interest.

Of course, it was just a few months ago that a prank on talk radio led to tragic results, so hopefully this situation will have a much better ending.

What’s your favorite talk radio show, and have you learned from it, or is it just entertainment?

 

 


Comments


View Comments / Leave a Comment

This post currently has 0 comments.
You can read the comments or leave your own thoughts.






    Last reviewed: 4 Jul 2013

APA Reference
Anonymous. (2013). Would You Ever Call a Talk Radio Show?. Psych Central. Retrieved on October 31, 2014, from http://blogs.psychcentral.com/quick-fix/2013/07/motherdaughter/

 

 

Subscribe to this Blog: Feed

Recent Comments
  • D. Barstow: Mentioning any religion or Superior Being on our currency is religious freedom, including your ideas,...
  • Brian Westley: Still, you managed to cite actual instances that were the opposite of religious freedom to support...
  • D. Barstow: Hi, Whitney, There are times I would agree with you, but I’m not sure this time. For instance,...
  • Whitney: Good article, but it may set the tone for him to think you are more on the aggressive side, and if you and...
  • D. Barstow: That’s true, I did read that. But the Declaration of Independence mentions God several times....
Find a Therapist
Enter ZIP or postal code



Users Online: 12240
Join Us Now!