Dawson's Creek Writer Heidi Ferrer Dead at 50 After Battle With Long Haul COVID-19

Nick mentioned he’ll hold her weblog dwell “forever” as a “living document of who she was and what she believed in.”

Heidi moved from Kansas to Los Angeles within the Eighties to pursue her appearing ardour on the American Academy of Dramatic Arts, earlier than becoming a member of the Writers Guild of America greater than 20 years in the past, per Variety.

On Girl to mother, Heidi described herself as “a writer, a mama and a sober recovery teacher / mentor.” She provided sobriety ideas by way of her course, The RecovHer Freedom Breakthrough, and her RecovHer YouTube Channel. “Onward to freedom,” she wrote.

She final shared an replace on her well being in January, writing, “I’m cautiously optimistic that I’m still improving slowly but surely every month. I had over 40 scary and even crippling Long Covid symptoms in July. Now I’m down to a few frustrating ones, but sooo much better. I have better, very good days and a few bad days here and there. “

About 10 months into her prognosis, she mentioned, “I’m feeling more of a lightness of spirit, lately.”

She mirrored on how Taylor Swift‘s music had been brightening her days. “I feel more of a sense of overall well-being. I even noticed I’m listening to happier music. Taylor Swift’s Cardigan got me through some hard evenings,” she mentioned. “That beautifully heart-wrenching song about her mom battling cancer, ‘Soon You’ll Get Better’ was kinda my theme song.”

Heidi added, “Let’s hope these better days last and it’s all smooth sailing from here. Fingers crossed.”