The husband of the woman accused of strangling her three children to death before attempting suicide in Massachusetts on Tuesday says he forgave his wife and asks others to do the same, citing an unspecified condition with which he was allegedly struggling.

«I want to ask everyone to find it deep within themselves to forgive Lindsay, as I have,» Patrick Clancy said of his wife in the statement, which was released Saturday. Reported by NBC Boston. «The real Lindsay generously loved and cared for everyone: me, our children, family, friends, and her patients. The very fibers of her soul are loving. All I wish for her now is that she can somehow find the peace».

In his statement, Patrick Clancy said the couple’s marriage «was wonderful and grew diametrically stronger as her condition rapidly worsened.»

“I took such pride in being her husband and a father and felt persistently lucky to have her in my life,” he continued.

Further details about Lindsay Clancy’s alleged condition were not immediately available. Patrick Clancy’s family could not immediately be reached.

«We mutually understood the reality that people can have bad days, but we stuck to the rule that when one of us got lost, the other was always there to take him home, always,» he said in his statement. «She loved being a nurse, but nothing matched her intense love for our children and her dedication to being a mother. It was all she ever wanted. Her passion taught me how to be a better father.»

A representative of Massachusetts General Hospital formerly confirmed to NBC Boston that Lindsay Clancy was an employee there and said the hospital was «shocked and saddened to learn of this unthinkable tragedy.»

No new charges after the death of the third child

Authorities issued a warrant for Lindsay Clancy’s arrest Wednesday on two counts of murder, three counts of strangulation and three counts of assault and battery with a deadly weapon in connection with the death of her 5-year-old daughter, Cora, and 3 son. two years old, Dawson. Her 8-month-old son, Callan, died Friday after being «severely injured.» nbc boston informed.

A spokesperson for the Plymouth County District Attorney’s Office told NBC News Sunday that no new charges have been filed following the baby’s death and said Lindsay Clancy remains hospitalized and an arraignment is not scheduled for this moment.

The spokeswoman did not immediately respond to follow-up questions about why no new charges have been filed and whether he is still in police custody.

Plymouth County District Attorney Timothy Cruz had previously said that prosecutors would prosecute Lindsay Clancy on murder charges as soon as they could.

«The shock and pain are unbearable and unrelenting»

Patrick Clancy called 911 at 6:11 p.m. ET Tuesday, Cruz said.

Cruz said first responders found the three boys unconscious and «with obvious signs of severe trauma» at the family’s home in Duxbury, located about 35 miles south of Boston.

«Preliminarily it appears that the children were strangled,» Cruz told reporters Wednesday night.

The two older children were pronounced dead after being taken to a hospital, Cruz said. Callan, the baby, was airlifted to a Boston hospital before succumbing to her injuries on Friday.

In his statement, Patrick Clancy said his children «gave me a purpose and I never took it for granted. There is now a massive void where that purpose once was.»

«The shock and pain is unbearable and unrelenting,» she said of the loss of her children. «I am constantly reminded of them and with what little sleep I get, I dream of them over and over again. Any parent knows that it is impossible to understand how much you will love your children until you have them. The same goes for understanding the devastation of losing them. Cora, Dawson and Callan were the essence of my life and I am completely lost without them.»

«My family was the best thing that ever happened to me,» he continued. «I took great pride in being the husband of Lindsay and the father of Cora, Dawson and Callan. I always reminded myself that every day with them was a new gift.»

He described Cora as «stunningly beautiful» with an «infectious laugh», adding that he wanted to grow up to be a doctor and a mother; Dawson as «naturally humorous and generous beyond the norm of a typical toddler», «adventurous and mischievous», and «remarkably intelligent»; and Callan as «easy going», «constantly smiling», and «enjoying her growing independence» from her.

«Callan died with enormous courage despite being so small,» he added. «Maybe it was his way of showing what I have to do to move on.»

Patrick Clancy wrote that he vows to «put all my energy into healing and rediscovering my purpose.»

“I don’t know how or when I will be able to do it, but your love and generosity will help me get started,” she wrote. «I know that love always wins.»

If you or someone you know is in crisis, please call 988 to reach the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline. You can also call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255, text HOME to 741741, or visit for additional resources.