Celebrating Mom Is Different For Everyone

For me, it feels awkward

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I had the perfect image of a mother and daughter’s relationship growing up. I looked on as girls my age interacted with their moms — holding hands, hugging, laughing, and enjoying each other’s company seemed so effortless and natural.

I didn't share that bond with my mom.

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Donnette Anglin

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A brave writer — Writing to heal, bring conscious change, and make sense of life.

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