Former Olympic swimmer Lisa Curry has shared a heartfelt message of hope on social media as she approaches the two-year anniversary of her daughter’s death.
Curry’s mom Pat died simply 18 months after her daughter Jaimi, with the dual losses prompting the Australian sporting legend to turn out to be “really conscious of my self-care”.
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On Wednesday, Curry, 60, shared a picture of a girl swimming via a parted, swirling ocean with the phrases “some storms come to clear your path”.
“Sometimes, when things look gloomy, remember, storms help trees take deeper roots,” Curry wrote.
“Darkness is needed to see the stars.”
Her followers rallied behind her, with one writing, “after every storm there is always a rainbow”, and “storms have to lead to better things”.
Curry’s 33-year-old daughter died in September 2020 following an 18-year battle with alcohol dependancy and anorexia, whereas her mum Pat in March this yr, aged 86.
Pat and Jaimi have been survived by a household of siblings, nephews, grandchildren and nice grandchildren – Curry’s son Jett, 28, her different daughter Morgan, 31, and Morgan’s younger sons Flynn, Taj and Package.
“It’s not until you lose family that you realise more than anything that life is short, so it’s important to live it well with the people you love the most,” Curry not too long ago advised Sunshine Coast Information.
“You can’t live your life for one child. You have three children and they are all the world to you,” she advised the Australian Ladies’s Weekly in June.
“And that’s why I have to be really conscious of my self-care, so that I can be there for them and the grandchildren.”
Curry and her husband Mark Tabone bought their 26-hectare horse farm turned wellness retreat at Crohamhurst on the Sunshine Coast this yr.
On the time, she stated the couple would have a look at shifting nearer to the ocean, however had bittersweet emotions about shifting on.