In a raw and honest interview, Daigle explains that she sought help from a therapist and a neurologist to get her mental health back on track and combat the loneliness and isolation brought on by the pandemic.
A wedding day her family thought she might not live long enough to see, officiated by one of the loving hands that welcomed her into the world. For Faith Roberts and her family, it was truly a beautiful full circle moment.
"I could hardly make out anyone or anything through the tears. People were eating fast food around me, laughing, texting. I on the other hand was a wreck. I kept my face down, my face was drenched in tears. I kept telling and giving myself every reason to go through with this even though I did not believe in it."
“There could be no Stephen,” she said during a recent interview with Luke Norsworthy on the Newsworthy with Norsworthy podcast. “If I would have gone through that there would have been no Wardell Stephen Curry II.”