Dear Mom, I've Always Wanted You to Know... "Dialog of mother is literally the glue that connects us together. It is a timeless conversation that spans endless generations and expresses the deepest of emotions."
Shocked by the thought of almost losing her own mother, Lisa created the Letters from the Heart ®, a sacred space for women to dialogue, to be heard and reveal their innermost feelings to their mothers whether alive or passed away. Lisa receive national media attention from television, magazines, newspapers.
Deepest of Emotions From loss to unconditional love, from anger to forgiveness, from guilt to gratitude, shame to wholeness, Dear Mom conveys the feelings, struggles, and victories of everyday living, the complexities of the daughter-mother relationship, and the rawness of humanity that intricately connects us.
Deep Seeded Belief Lisa Delman truly believes that our relationships are our scripts/our dialogues that make up our life and offer valuable pieces to finding ourselves. "What truly gives us the most freedom in our lives is the willingness to work through our wounds instead of dwelling on them, to prevail victorious beyond our circumstances & employ all our challenges to better ourselves."
Dear Mom Dialogue Extraordinary results came out of Letters from the Heart® and as a result, Dear Mom. During the time it was active, she received interest from the media, theater, and entertainment industry; individuals who wanted to take the material to the next level. She had some "almost calls" especially from the theater industry. It was serendipitous since her Great Uncle, Morton Da Costa, was a famous producer on Broadway, film, producer, writer, and actor known for theatrical productions and successful film versions, "Music Man" and "Auntie Mame". Fascination with dialogue is in her DNA. The 2nd edition of Dear Mom, an e-book is now on Amazon. Lisa received her intellectual rights back from Penguin in 2007. She is committed to finding a home for the material so compelling stories and healing can be shared with a larger audience.