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Maxie did eventually forgive Felicia and now they have a good relationship.
Felicia and Mac eventually remarried and are still together.
While Maxie waited for a donor heart, her cousin B. Maxie spent most of her childhood bouncing back and forth with her sister Georgie between their grandmother's ranch in Texas, and Port Charles, while their mother traveled around the world in search of new adventures.
When Felicia realized that she needed to spend more time with her girls, Maxie rejected Felicia for her constant abandonment of her children.
Peer groups, romantic interests, and appearance tend to naturally increase in importance for some time during a teen's journey toward adulthood.
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Maxie's relationship with Mac is great and as for her relationship with Frisco, it is non-existent at this point. Matt Hunter from May 2012 until their divorce in October 2012.
She has a daughter named, Georgie, who was born in August of 2013, through a one night stand with her ex-fiancé, Damian Spinelli.