One of our community friends has had a terrible tragedy happen to her personally. I won't get into the details for privacy's sake but she needs our prayers right now. If you could just include her in a quick prayer, it would mean so much to me. I can't help, I'm too far away and it feels horrible.
Thanks so much.
My thoughts are with you as I know how hard it is to be so far away and feel so helpless, BUT Erin you are truly doing all that you can and you are an awesome friend!!! Both of you are in my thoughts!!
A quick update, she is in a mental health facility. They are treating her with new medications for her bipolar and are also providing counseling, I think that's they key, professional counseling. When you go through a horrible trauma, your body and mind don't know how to handle it, I think we need help ASAP to ensure a good outcome.
Thank you again everyone, this post is being followed very gratefully!!
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