According to General Hospital (GH) spoilers, Nina Reeves (Cynthia Watros) will seize the opportunity to assist Willow Tait (Katelyn MacMullen) in overcoming her struggle with stage IV leukaemia, but Willow may not be as willing to accept her assistance. Willow is going to battle with the knowledge that Nina is the only reason she even has this existence in the first place because it is the last thing she wants in her life.
Will she actually put herself at danger to maintain her estrangement from her recently discovered birth mother? Although it’s unlikely, Willow will find it challenging to accept Nina’s offer to donate bone marrow, and Michael Corinthos (Chad Duell) will encourage her throughout the process as she makes it plain to Nina that her act of kindness doesn’t alter her opinion of Nina or their relationship.
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Willow will adamantly maintain that her feelings for Nina won’t alter. Whether she is a mother or a daughter, Nina has shown her true self to Michael and Willow, and they are steadfast in their affection for her and their opposition to her involvement in the life of Wiley Corinthos (Viron Weaver). Having said that, Nina plans to advocate for change once Willow is more stable and isn’t close to passing away; of course, now isn’t the appropriate moment for that. Nina, though, could be oblivious to Willow’s true feelings for the individuals in her life.
Obviously, because they are family, the people she loves the most are not present in her life. She had never met a relative of hers until Nina. She still didn’t think Harmony Miller (Ings Cadranel), who raised her, was any less of a mother to her simply because they weren’t related by blood. Sonny Corinthos (Maurice Benard) and Carly Spencer (Laura Wright) have also grown to feel like family to Willow, but that might soon change. Nina is simply too egotistical to be in Willow’s life, that much is evident.
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It’s not a romanticised remembrance of Harmony from Willow. She is aware that her mother had a history of lying. When she was supposed to be the one who always had Willow’s back and never did anything bad to her, she knows how many times she left her sad and bewildered. Although Willow is prepared to accept that her mother had flaws and wasn’t perfect, is that actually the case? Even in death, Harmony was a selfish person who prioritised her demands over Willows’.
She continued to be selfish while letting Carly carry the torch. Only Nina will emerge as the unselfish party in this scenario. Could that possibly improve the image Willow has developed of Nina? Will she ever think of Nina as a mother figure, or will Harmony continue to be the mother she had who wasn’t perfect but was still good enough?
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Nina may assure Willow and Michael that nothing would change if they accepted her bone marrow donation. She could demand that she hears them even if she is aware that she won’t be seeing either Wiley or them in person only because she went out of her way to undertake providing such a significant and life-altering favour for them.
Nina has always felt bad about how she handled the situation with Sonny in Nixon Falls and for not consulting Michael and Willow before speaking to Wiley about Nelle Benson Jerome, so she may only see her act of goodwill as her paying back debts (Chloe Lanier). Could this be the first step toward reunification with the family? Currently, Willow and Michae say no. Follow more General Hospital news and spoilers to learn how this plot develops.
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