As we all know, Paris Jackson loves horses and even spent some time at her birth mom Debbie Rowe's horse ranch in California.
Well, it turns out, horses will becoming a part of her healing process after her suicide attempt as she will now be attending a private therapeutic boarding school in Utah where she will be undergoing horse therapy.
She had previously been receiving care at UCLA after her suicide attempt, however, Debbie's friend Lisa DeJaynes, who runs the center, said:
"Horses can solve all her problems. Paris will feel a bond with the horse, have a relationship with the workers and start building relationships up again. It’s a safe place away from the cameras. Horse therapy in schools like where Paris is are a great idea. It keeps their mind occupied and rather than thinking about themselves, they need to look after another individual.
They will be responsible for the animal. For the first time, they won’t have to worry about their own problems, but concern themselves that the horse is being fed, gets their medication, is cared and groomed for properly and gets the right attention. There’s no judgement, just unconditional love. Just by touching, brushing and riding it, they can start feeling better. It’s empowering and gives them perspective on their own lives."
That sounds incredible. Hopefully Paris loves the horses just as much as they'd love her.
We bet stepping out of the limelight (she's living under the name "Frankie") must really be great for her.
Hope her recovery continues to go well!
[Image via Paris Jackson.]
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