Grieving Lisa Curry says sleeping at night was ‘difficult’ after tragic death of 33-year-old daughter Jaimi
Lisa Curry shared a heartbreaking social media post about ‘difficult days’ six weeks after her tragic death oldest daughter, Jaimi, 33 years old.
On Thursday, the 58-year-old Olympian shared a video on Instagram in which she trained her dog Mali and said she was ‘busy keeping busy’.
‘If I can’t coach people yet, I’ll coach our puppy. Permits for our MALI Adventure Retreat are not far away. I look forward to trying to get my mojo back if possible, ‘she wrote.
Heartbreaking: Grieving Lisa Curry said sleeping at night was ‘difficult’ after tragic death of her 33-year-old daughter Jaimi
‘Some days are okay and some are not. The mornings are the worst for me. Trying to sleep at night is hard … there are so many things in my head, ‘she continued.
“Keeping busy, I know, is sometimes just a band-aid, but for now it’s okay. Mali loves her workouts and will do anything for her treats. And of course my beautiful husband has been so loving and supportive, ”she said.
In the video, Lisa holds a hula hoop while her dog jumps from side to side.
It comes after Jaimi Kenny died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital on September 14, after a long battle with alcoholism and an eating disorder. She was 33.
‘Some days are okay and some aren’t’: On Thursday, the Olympian shared a video on Instagram in which she trained her dog Mali, saying she was ‘trying to keep busy’
Earlier this month, Lisa revealed some of the warning signs she noticed in her daughter’s behavior prior to her death.
In posts shared with the Facebook group ‘Happy Hormones’, Lisa explained that Jaimi struggled with her health for years after being diagnosed with a ‘chemical imbalance’ at the age of 15.
“Sometimes a person, even adults like us, can ignore little red flags, thinking it doesn’t matter or it doesn’t,” the grieving mother wrote.
Mourning: It comes after Jaimi Kenny died at Sunshine Coast University Hospital on September 14, after a long battle with alcoholism and an eating disorder. She was 33
‘I know people want to know why and how [Jaimi died], but it’s not important right now, or maybe someday, I don’t know. ‘
“ What I do want to say, however, is that Jeff was diagnosed with a chemical imbalance 18 years ago when we started seeing some little red flags, ” she added, referring to Jeff Butterworth, a naturopath who specializes in hormonal diseases.
The former competitive swimmer begged other parents in the Facebook group not to ignore the warning signs she had with Jaimi.
Warning Signs: In a warning to other parents, Lisa disclosed some of the ‘red flags’ she noticed in Jaimi’s (left) behavior prior to her death. Pictured with her sister Morgan Gruell (right)
These ‘red flags’ include making bad food choices, being inactive, dealing poorly with stressful situations, and spending time with ‘toxic people’.
“Don’t wait until it’s too late to make changes … do it now while you can … start now,” she wrote.
Recognize the little red flags. Don’t live your life in confusion, regret, or guilt. ‘
For free and confidential support, contact Lifeline at 13 11 14, or the Butterfly Foundation for eating disorder concerns at 1800 ED HOPE
Too late: these ‘red flags’ include making bad food choices, being inactive, dealing poorly with stressful situations, and spending time with ‘toxic people’