• Lauren Potts

    April 13, 2022 at 12:57 pm

    Absolutely, her willingness to be open about her process is big medicine for the world. She also said the rage room was incredibly cathartic. She said the throat feeling goes away for many days at a time and only visits when she’s holding back tears now. She just learned that her sister-in-law, whom she is close with, became pregnant in the days right around her daughter’s death. It’s a hard one for her to be with that and she has noticed her throat tightness return intensely around that topic. But she pays attention, makes sure to write, sing or to cry when it feels appropriate. And she’s relieved that it’s no longer a constant strangling energy but one she can work with as an emotional guide.