I am blessed to still have both my mother and mother-in-law in my life. They are both in their mid eighties and in great health.

I feel grateful to have such a wonderful and loving relationship with both of them and I recognize how much of a gift this truly is.

Here’s a photo of my husband and I with our moms taken on Mother’s Day last year.

Since they both live in two different cities and we live in a different country, this was the first time in 15 years that we had the opportunity to spend Mother’s Day with both of them. It was such a special day for all of us.

Many people, perhaps even you, have (or had) a strained relationship with their mother caused by unhealed wounds and/or unresolved issues from the past.

What some people don’t recognize is that unless they heal these wounds and resolve these issues, their ability to create healthy, happy and loving relationships with others will be difficult. I’m not just referring to romantic relationships but ALL relationships…both personal and professional.

No matter how hard we try to bury painful memories or pretend they aren’t there, they have a way of creeping up and interfering in all areas of our lives, making it difficult, if not impossible, to create the life and relationships we desire.

If your relationship with your mother is challenged in any way, or if your mother is no longer with you and you still have some negative feelings about your past relationship with her, I strongly encourage you to do whatever it takes and get whatever support you need to heal from the past.

When you heal past wounds, you open the door
for more love, peace and joy to enter your life.

If your relationship with your mother is not what you would like it to be, click the “Let’s Connect” tab above and send me a message letting me know your biggest challenge. I promise to send you a personal response with some tips on how you can begin to recreate your relationship with her to match your heart’s desire.

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