Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji is overcoming another major battle as she prepares for another major adventure. She looks back on last year’s new cancer diagnosis and treatment and her “epic” plans to climb Mt. Kilimanjaro.
Twelve years ago, Growing Bolder’s Wendy Chioji fought a very public battle against breast cancer. She’s just been diagnosed with a second, unrelated cancer. In an exclusive interview, Wendy candidly discusses the battle ahead of her.
She made international headlines around the world after making her first Olympics at 34, then appearing in the next five Games. Now Grandma Luge, a cancer survivor, has a new goal — qualifying for the 2016 SUMMER games at 63 in a new sport, archery.
In 2005, comedian Steve Mazan was diagnosed with inoperable liver cancer and given five years to live. Like many comedians, he had one dream — to be a guest on the Late Show with David Letterman. Find out if he’s achieved his goal.
After discovering that her breast cancer had metastasized, Tami Boehmer turned to the Internet to discover people like her — the people who statistics are not kind to. What she found changed her life forever.
In times of stress, do you allow yourself to spiral out of control mentally and physically? Trauma psychologist Alicia Salzer studied the healthy habits of people like Nelson Mandela and has tips to help you overcome life’s challenges.
After waging (and surviving) a very public battle against breast cancer, former TV anchor Wendy Chioji decided to start Growing Bolder in her own life. Find out how you too can learn to listen to what your heart is telling you.
Singer Connie Francis has lived a life full of terrible lows and exhilarating highs. She shares what lessons she’s learned, dishes on her legendary career and explains why she’s such a passionate advocate for those suffering from mental illness.
Cancer isn’t funny, but there can be fun in the fight. Four-time cancer survivor Linda Hill and her line of t-shirts prove laughter is indeed the best medicine.
Just as his life was about to begin, Kyle Garlett was diagnosed with lymphoma and he wondered if he’d even have a future. He survived his cancer and a heart transplant, and these days he’s an Ironman triathlete!