Paris Jackson wants to make amends with brother Prince Michael Jackson, with whom she was feuding at the time she tried to take her own life.
The troubled teen, who attempted suicide with a meat cleaver and pills in early June, felt abandoned by Prince, but also by everyone in her circle.
When their late father, Michael Jackson, was still alive, the children revered him and family bond was unbreakable ... not the case after his passing.
Paris struggled to relate to grandmother and guardian Katherine Jackson because she was too old, so Prince became even more of her best friend.
Prince Michael Jackson, according to insiders, grew more distant from Paris when he developed other interests, and the two began to argue a lot.
A big reason Paris' bond with Debbie Rowe became so strong is a simple but profound one. Her mother began to show real interest in her life.
The feeling of abandonment was too strong for any one person to compensate for, however, and Paris became deeply depressed and unstable.
Now that she's doing better - save for leaked boarding school photos - she wants to repair her relationship with Prince, and regrets the conflict.
The self-awareness and introspection alone is a sign that she's doing so much better than a few months back. Here's hoping that this continues.