Finding comfort on Mother’s Day when your mom has passed away

Bob Sirott

In this Dec. 28, 2011 photo, 100-year-old Minka Disbrow holds her hands together during an interview with the Associated press in her apartment in San Clemente, Calif. Disbrow, who was raped at age 16, has lived to be 100 – long enough to meet the daughter she gave up at birth 77 years earlier and learn about the six grandchildren she didn’t know she had. One of them is a space shuttle astronaut. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

For a lot of people, Mother’s Day can be bittersweet.  Our society is geared up for all the Mother’s Day plans with your kids, your loved ones… but what happens when your own mother isn’t here anymore? Marianne Murciano, founder of Savvy Planet, joined Bob Sirott to talk about ways you can still honor your mother on Mother’s Day.

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