Nick Cordero's Wife Amanda Kloots' Frustration with God as He Continues to Struggle with COVID-19
Nick Cordero's wife, Amanda Kloots, had somewhat of a breakdown as day 90 of her husband's hospitalization approached. It doesn't mean she's giving up, though.
Cordero, 41, was diagnosed with COVID-19 in late March and has continued to deal with the aftermath of the sickness in the past few months. Kloots' update on her emotional state is found below.
"I had a hard day today. I cried all day basically," began the celebrity trainer. She went on to say that she "got mad at God." With so many people sending prayers her way, she wondered why God doesn't cut her family a break.
Kloots admitted that she felt bad about her outburst, but says it was something that needed to happen. In another slide, she explained that belief in God does not exclude asking questions.
Kloots was personally raised to ask questions. She sees it as a sign of bravery to be able to showcase fear. Kloots broke down "at home, at the hospital, in front of doctors and while sitting next to Nick."
Her way of overcoming it and staying positive is to acknowledge the bad day and know that it's ok that it happened. She pledged to remain strong in her faith and continue asking God for a miracle.
In the past 89 days, Kloots has watched as her husband got his leg amputated, entered a coma after sedation, and even had a temporary pacemaker installed.
The COVID-19 complications further led to severely damaged lungs. Cordero lost 65 lbs amid his battle and is continuing to fight despite being weak and enduring fevers.
The day before her most recent post, Kloots put out a prayer to have a good week and again asked fans for prayers. She ended the caption with a bible verse from the book of Matthew.
A few days before, Kloots revealed that her husband had gotten an infection even as he was making progress. Luckily, the doctors found it quickly and worked on it right away.
Cordero is still trying to regain his normal motor functions since coming out of the coma. Due to his lengthy treatment, his inactive muscles will take some time to recover.
In the meantime, the professional dancer is missing out on seeing his son, Elvis, whom he shares with Kloots. The tot turned a year old a few weeks ago and took his first steps sometime without his father present.
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