New York, May 4 (IANS) Actress Amanda Bynes has reportedly reconnected with her parents Lynne and Rick because she missed them.
The 27-year-old reached out to her worried parents months after cutting off contacts with them.
"Amanda reconnected with her parents this week and it was a really positive talk on both ends," contactmusic quoted a source as saying.
"Her parents are good people who are genuinely concerned for her. And Amanda misses them, so she finally called them up," the source added.
The "Easy A" star refused to move back to Los Angeles in March but she has now told them they can come to visit her in New York to see that she is doing okay.
"The last place Amanda wants to be is Los Angeles. She likes New York and doesn't want to leave. But Amanda's parents really want to see her, so they're thinking of flying to New York as early as next week," the source said.
"Amanda is totally acting odd, but she's not crazy at all like people are making her out to be. She's just going through a hard time in her life and maybe not coping with it like she should be," the source added.
Amanda's family previously indicated they believed her strange behaviour was merely a cry for help, but they felt powerless as she refused to allow them to help her.