Busy Philipps Shares Emotional Tribute Following Friend’s Death: She Was A ‘Beautiful Sensitive Soul’

Busy Philipps is paying tribute to her friend, Jennah Ferrer-Foronda, who took her own life earlier this year.

The “Vice Principals” star took to Instagram on Sunday to pen an emotional message about her late friend, who committed suicide in March, and reflected on their friendship, which began when they met while they were both pregnant.

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“She was so many things. She was a mother, a friend, an artist, A poet, a warrior, a f**king Instagram lover, a complex human being, a beautiful, beautiful sensitive soul,” Philipps wrote. “She was my very first mom friend. I met her when we were both like 9 weeks pregnant with our kids. Our kids are still such good friends. Today we held a memorial for her at my house and did a kundalini prayer and had a sound bath and told stories and the kids did art and made flower crowns and necklaces and we drank rose and all the things she would have loved.”

How much do we share anymore? What does anything mean on here anyway? This is my beautiful friend @jennah.ferrer.foronda. On March 7, she took her own life. She was so many things. She was a mother, a friend, an artist, A poet, a warrior, a fucking Instagram lover, a complex human being, a beautiful beautiful sensitive soul. She was my very first mom friend. I met her when we were both like 9 weeks pregnant with our kids. Our kids are still such good friends. Today we held a memorial for her at my house and did a kundalini prayer and had a sound bath and told stories and the kids did art and made flower crowns and necklaces and we drank rose and all the things she would have loved. I honestly don't know what any of this means or if we are Sims or if there's a god or what but I know that people matter. People matter. And if you feel like you don't right now, please know that you do. I know you do. Call someone. Reach out. I miss my friend. Her son will miss her forever. National suicide hotline: 1-800-273-8255 💗💗💗I love you Jennah. Be at peace.

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Philipps — who shares two daughters, 8-year-old Birdie and 3-year-old Cricket, with husband Marc Silverstein — concluded her heartfelt post with a message of hope and help.

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“I honestly don’t know what any of this means or if we are Sims or if there’s a god or what but I know that people matter. People matter. And if you feel like you don’t right now, please know that you do. I know you do,” she wrote. “Call someone. Reach out. I miss my friend. Her son will miss her forever.”

“I love you Jennah. Be at peace,” Philipps concluded.

If you or someone you know needs help, please call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).

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