August 6. DAY 2.
I could’ve insisted he do something else. I should’ve taken the time to see him again.
We could have prevented this.
When our children experience trauma, we as parents are haunted, ripped apart, kept awake, and often paralyzed by notions of all we could’ve, should’ve, would’ve done. In this episode, Louise recalls Bill’s and her own such thoughts, which threatened to tear apart their marriage, and more importantly, their journey of releasing these damaging patterns of thinking, struggling to stand on solid ground in a chaotic unfamiliar Intensive Care Unit.
This episode includes interviews with Joanne Quenzer, a dear friend from Philadelphia who drove up from Cape May with a robust CVS care package, a revisit to the Day of with Davis Barsby, the Assistant Manager at the Beach Club and the head lifeguard at the time of the accident, and a lifelong friend of the Senft family, as well as Archer’s good friend and Cape May neighbor whom he's grown up with, Danny Giannascoli.
Please join Louise for this episode of Blink of an Eye.