Mother’s Day is a challenge for the motherless daughters’ community. It brings about a bag of mixed emotions. The different types of mother loss cause a variety of responses and approaches to traditions. A very large segment of our group is all but forgotten. So, how do we survive the holiday? All of us are survivors and have individuals who lit the path along our journey. What can I do to recognize or honor them?
Motherless Daughters Ministry blogger, Mershon Niesner, shares her wisdom on how to survive Mother’s Day as a motherless daughter. She draws from her experiences and how she has learned to honor her mother’s memory and make peace with a challenging day. The tips she shares give some ideas how to approach the day in healthy ways.
Be among the first to view our newest addition!!!! We have launched a new way to honor those who lit our path. Click here or go to our website and click on “Memorial Tribute Wall.” This Mother’s Day explore a fresh approach to tradition.
For more than 20 years The Motherless Daughters Ministry (MDM) has touched the lives of women who have lost or never experienced the nurturing care of a mother. The MDM tools and resources have proven themselves powerful and have created a strong community of people who support one another on the grief journey. After listening to the podcast, send us an email or leave a voicemail message from our website, https://www.motherlessdaughtersministry.com/.
Have a blessed day!