It’s true; the concept of ghost mothers can be scary…

If this type of pain resonates with you, but part of you isn’t ready to explore what you’ve experienced in this regard, then I encourage you to go at your own pace in terms of facing this reality.

At the same time, I want you to consider that for most women it’s more painful, in the long term, to keep this haunting pain a secret. To gain a better understanding of the importance of “becoming visible” when raised by a ghost mother, I suggest reading the last chapter of my book, Ghost Mothers, which describes how to thrive from this experience; it’s inspiring and illuminating, and not scary at all!im-reading-a-book-on-anti-gravity-its-impossible-to-put-it-down