Lindsay Clancy Wiki – Lindsay Clancy Biography
A mother’s friend, accused of killing her three children, has spoken out for her, shedding light on how she was very different from her current portrayal. Lindsay Clancy’s friend Brittany Jeane Lyman recently took to Facebook to show the world a kind and powerful side of the “killer” mother, who allegedly fatally strangled her three children, her 5-year-old daughter Cora, her son Dawson, 3 and 8 months. -old Callan.
While the two older boys died on January 24 immediately after the attack, the youngest died tragically on January 27. Lindsay reportedly also attempted suicide, but survived. It has been said that she is currently admitted to a Boston hospital. The 32-year-old also faces multiple charges, including two counts of murder, three counts of strangulation or suffocation, and three counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon.
Lindsay Clancy Age
Lindsay Clancy is 32 years old.
Not many details have been released about the heartbreaking case at this time, but it has been speculated that Lindsay suffered from a rare disorder, called postpartum psychosis (PPP), which occurs after childbirth. Since then, many people have supported her, including her husband, Patrick Clancy.
Now, one of her friends, Lyman, has also backed her up and posted a letter on the social networking site, which she received from the defendant years ago “when I was expecting my son and about to become a new mom.” The handwritten note read: “Biggest congratulations on your sweet baby! Get ready for the wildest ride of your life: motherhood.
It is the most deeply challenging yet deeply satisfying experience I have ever had.” The letter also stated: “Know that everything is a phase. When the going gets tough, know that the phase will pass and before you know it you will be in a new phase.
Enjoy the funny, precious and joyful moments because there are a lot of those too!” before adding: “Naturally, you will take beautiful care of your baby, but always remember to take care of yourself. Remember who you were before you became a mother. I am incredibly happy for you and always here for you!!”
In the caption of the photo, Lyman wrote: “It was a gut punch to find this letter in my drawer the other day. See this beautiful handwriting that I remember so well from our high school days. The last 7 days have been heartbreaking to say the least, but the warmth I felt while reading this just has to be shared with someone else.”
She continued: “Your message is too important. I don’t have the words to adequately describe the kind of mother she was to her three babies, or the kind of friend she’s been for the last 20 years, so the easiest thing to do is share. hers.
She added, “Her words from her are so beautiful and embody the true spirit of motherhood. He always came to her for advice during the uncertainties of pregnancy, postpartum isolation, and the terrifying firsts of parenting. She knew everything. She knew the roller coaster all too well.
She is pure light, and she was still “totally consumed” by an inexplicable darkness. I know the real Lindsay. Her husband, her family, her friends, her beautiful children. We all know the real Lindsay. In the midst of the terrible things that have been said and will be said about her. I want everyone to meet the real Lindsay.”
The friend concluded that “we need to do better than a pamphlet in the hospital. We need to do better than a 6 week check up and quiz. We have to do better for moms.”Lyman’s post has received many emotional and positive comments. One user said:
“I saw this post and the whole story brought me to tears. It hits so close to home and I just can’t imagine the pain of her and the pain of everyone involved. Praying hard for her family and for you and all her friends.” While another wrote: “I’m heartbroken.”
One user shared: “So devastating for everyone involved. Mental illness is real, so real it’s not even explainable. I’m so sorry for your broken heart and the loss you’ve all been through. I love you and am praying for you and her family.” Another user commented: “I know the real Lindsay too.
And reading this and hearing it in her voice brought me a lot of peace. She is nothing but love and kindness… the biggest cheerleader.” “Thank you for sharing this. I hope you, her friends and her family know that she has (and you) an army of mothers and families who feel empathy and love for her. I send you much love,” added the third.