Michelle Money is asking fans and followers to pray for her severely injured daughter, Brielle.
The Bachelor alum and winner of season 1 of Bachelor In Paradise took to social media on Sunday morning to ask for prayers for the girl, who suffered a serious brain trauma and a fractured skull in a skateboarding accident last week. Now, the former reality TV star is hoping her beloved 15-year-old daughter can somehow recover from these very, very scary injuries.
The understandably-emotional mom was teary-eyed and very clearly scared and heartbroken as she gave her update and made her prayer request. Ugh, we can’t even imagine what she’s going through right now… we just want to send her (and her daughter) all of our love.
“Your prayers are helping,” she wrote at the opening of her message to followers on Instagram, before adding this paragraph about what’s been going on:
“Last night was so scary. Brain pressure is up. Considering other options since it can’t be managed with what we are currently doing. However, once I posted to my story asking you to pray, her numbers went down lower and have maintained since then. I believe in the power of prayer. Today is a big day. One week since accident. If we can’t see a turn for the better today we have to consider a different option and they are not what we want to be doing. It’s Sunday. However you choose to spend your day, I would please ask that at 4pm MST, you will stop and pray with my family and me. It would also be amazing if you could just pray all day. Sorry for the emotional video I just don’t know what else to do and I’m alone in here and need support.”
Unreal. Talk about intense and scary… we can’t even imagine what she’s going through right now. Here’s hoping doctors in that Utah hospital can successfully bring Brielle back to a full recovery one day soon.
Here is her full video asking for prayers and updating followers on the medical developments of the past few days (below):
Wow. Truly, truly heartbreaking. This is as real — and as horrible — as it gets.
Sending Michelle and her daughter all of our love, prayers, and well-wishes now and moving forward.
If praying is your thing, this would probably be a very, very good time to say a few and help Michelle and her family with this life-changing accident.
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