(WSJ) Elizabeth Bernstein—Calling a Truce in Mother-Daughter Conflict

Posted by Kendall Harmon

Jessica Setnick was on her way to her mother's house for dinner when she decided that she had something to say that couldn't wait.

She sent her mom a text: "I got my hair cut today and I think it looks fine. So if you don't like it, please don't say anything."

Ms. Setnick, a 39-year-old registered dietitian in Dallas, says she frequently braces herself for her mother's disapproving remarks....

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