“Automatically. For me, it goes on autopilot—I just go, “my mom.” As a parent, she put us first—and we lost a parent, so she had to become those two anchors in our lives. She’s not perfect, but she always did her best and that’s something that’s worth recognizing. And [she] really let us find our own voice. My mom never manipulated us to become something that she wanted us to become because it was better for her. She always just told us the best advice—”I just want you happy.” That’s also very hard to find.” she told EW.