fbpx How Does Our Family Get Back to Normal After Our Mother's Passing?
Authored by Dr. Michelle Murray on August 23, 2022
Dear Dr. Michelle:

My mother passed away last year and since then the relationships with my siblings have been strained. We have squabbled over the smallest of possessions even though we are all adults. Gatherings that used to be fun now make me anxious. Is this still grief over a year later? How do we get back to how things were?
Christy

Dear Christy:

Dr. Michelle K. Murray sits down with Tera Girardin this week to answer your question via video! 

Dr. Michelle acknowledges that things won't go back to "normal" as dynamics in the family will shift. There will have to be effort made in how to adjust to these changes and what roles do each of you play in the family.

Check out the full conversation in the video below.


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