1. Give Her A Gift That's Not A Gift
“In today’s busy, ever-on, always connected world, we sometimes forget that it is not always the things that bring us feelings of peace, contentment, love or appreciation,” explains Dr. Lateefah Watford, an Adult, Adolescent, Child and Forensic Psychiatrist and Chief of Behavioral Health Services for Kaiser Permanente in Atlanta. “Sometimes it is the simple, heartfelt ‘Thank You’ or some guilt free-quiet time that speaks to us far more. On Mother's Day, try to give your mother something that will show her your appreciation.”

Ahead are some ideas on how to give your mom (and yourself!) a break this Mother’s Day.