Michele Filgate

editor of "What My Mother and I Don’t Talk About"

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Michele Filgate on KCRW

When you hear the word “mother,” what comes to mind? Whatever your answer, those ideas are probably inspired by the relationship you had with your own mother.

What haven't you told your mom? Why it's tough talking about sensitive topics

When you hear the word “mother,” what comes to mind? Whatever your answer, those ideas are probably inspired by the relationship you had with your own mother.

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