Not about me? 

​But at least carefully consider this possibility. Because if she is simply attempting to figure things out, your determination to make it all about you will unnecessarily put a wall between you both. Furthermore, if she is really struggling with some issues, you can’t help her through it if you keep responding as though this is about you. If you can open yourself to this possibility and see the confusion that is fueling your child’s behavior, you may find that rather than feeling angry, you’ll feel compassion.

Engaging Today’s Prodigal by Carol Barnier

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