Do survivors of life’s greatest tragedies possess a secret knowledge? Why do some people blossom through adversity and others fall apart? Author Mark Matousek uncovers the Art of Living.
Peggy Smith is strong, sensitive and a survivor. You’d have to be all three, when you are on the job 24 hours a day and when the job is also home.
Wendy Chioji has been the face of Orlando news for 20 years. Her battle with breast cancer enlightened all women; her determination to help others was only equaled by her dedication to becoming a world-class athlete.
More than 70 years after the attack, the wounds of Pearl Harbor are still fresh for many survivors. Jack Colby was there that day and says even though he doesn’t like to look back, he thinks every American needs to remember those who died.
When news anchor Wendy Chioji was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2001, her struggle was closely followed by thousands. Six years later, Wendy is a relentless fundraiser, inspirational spokesperson and fearless competitor.
A few short months after battling thyroid cancer, Marc Jarkow grabbed his bicyle and took off for Paris to compete in a 750-mile race.