Comments for: Laughter eases 5-year-old Woodstock accident victim’s recovery

Posted Sept. 03, 2012, at 9:29 p.m.

WOODSTOCK | Danika DeMayo loves to play. Letting rip with a squeal of laughter, the energetic 5-year-old takes off running from the studio of her parent’s Woodstock home to show off her bedroom and playroom to visitors. Danika’s youthful enthusiasm is a far cry from the prognosis doctors offered …

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  • Kevin_Of_Bangor

    From the article:  We don’t want her to be sad.

    I wish her the best but it is important that they let her be sad if that is how she is truly feeling. Five year old children do have emotions and it is never a good thing to suppress them.

    • Anonymous

      Sadness, crying, etc. is part of the process of healing.  It is not good to hide those emotions.  So glad to read the medical progress of this little girl!

  • Anonymous

    Best of health to this little girl and my prayers for her complete recovery. May her family find strength and comfort as they go through the recovery process with her.

  • Anonymous

    i hope this little girl continues to make progress. and thank God the nurse stopped to help. sounds like this little girl has alot of love to help her heal. best wishes to her and her family

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