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Michelle Money is breathing a sigh of relief after her daughter’s brain pressure has started to stabilize.

In an Instagram post shared on Monday, Money said Brielle, 15, is “doing well” after her “numbers have been averaging around 16 with a few random spikes” since the weekend.

“She seems to be heading in the right directions where we will not need to take other measures to keep this pressure down! Thank God!” the Bachelor alum, 39, wrote in the update. “We are waiting to see that number get down into the single digits and stay there for a solid day before taking her off these meds keeping her sedated.”

Sharing photos of Brielle prior to her hospitalization, Money told fans that it seems her daughter is “doing things her way” and she is “honoring that process as best as I can.”

“We all miss her and wish we were goofing off together, but she needs to do what works for her and her body right now,” she continued. “I believe Brielle is healing not only her physical body, but her spirit as well. She has been through so much and experienced a lot of pain that I think she is sorting out right now.”

“I just need everyone to pray right now,” Money said in a video update while fighting back tears. “Today’s been a week and if we can’t get her numbers stabilized then we are going to have to put her into a deeper coma that has lots of other side effects that we don’t want, or we’re going to have to do surgery and remove part of her skull.”

The incident that landed Brielle in the intensive care unit under a medically induced coma occurred on March 29. The following day, Money revealed that the teen had been found by neighbors after she suffered a skateboarding accident, hinting then and in updates since that Brielle hadn’t been wearing a helmet while riding.

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Last week, she expressed regret over having been “such a pushover” and “so lenient” in the past when it came to parenting her daughter.

“We can’t afford to be ‘friends first’ with our children in this world. We just can’t … our kids need parents who are responsible,” she said in an emotional video. “I regret a lot of things today. I hope this can be a strong reminder to make it your job to parent first. They will love you eventually. Keep them safe first. In all aspects. Put the helmet on.”

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