How I Healed My Relationship With My Mother Before She Died

Virginia Simpson, PhD, FT, author The Space Between Guest Post Virginia A. Simpson, PhD, FT When beloved celebrities like David Bowie, Alan Rickman, Abe Vigoda, and Maurice White die, we remember the sights and sounds of their performances, the joy and laughter they triggered. Grieving for these beloved strangers can be intense—and may even serve as an outlet for tears that were not shed when someone close to us died. In stark contrast, the death of a loved one often triggers a whole spate of mixed emotions— especially when that loved one is a parent and we’ve been the […]