Charlotte Stewart, who played the beloved and wholesome teacher Miss Beadle on the Little House series, rips the petticoats off her “good girl” image and reveals that in her real life, things weren’t so G-rated. From road trips with Jim Morrison to partying with Bill Murray, she’s dishing the dirt and explaining how it’s never too late for any of us to start over again.
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Dr. Annette Khaled is a scientist on a mission that could save your life. Find out about her tireless search for new methods to find, track and kill metastatic breast cancer.
Mary Flynn is an award-winning writer of poetry and fiction and she has a hopeful message for anyone who thinks it’s too late to create the life they love.
Success in the face of insurmountable odds. Is there a greater thrill than that? The musical comedy Disenchanted and their Snow White did just that!
Bree Sandlin has faced her share of challenges in her life. After years of battling infertility, she was blessed with twins, only to watch one suffer from a stroke and an eventual cerebral palsy diagnosis. And then came her own cancer diagnosis in her 30s. But she has a message: love is the most powerful weapon of all.
Like the fairy tale character she portrays in the wickedly funny musical comedy “Disenchanted,” many of Michelle Knight’s dreams have come true. But the road hasn’t been smooth sailing. Can she still have her happily ever after?
A breast cancer diagnosis sent Regina Brett on a journey that altered her life’s focus. She shares what she’s learned on her journey and offers tips for helping people learn to focus on the things that really matter, no matter how messy life gets.
Christine Horner, M.D., is one of America’s top plastic surgeons, a renowned medical consultant in the prevention and treatment of breast cancer and a bit of a medical rebel. She explains why she thinks big pharma is ignoring important discoveries.
Who would have thought one of the most effective tools in the fight against breast cancer would be a golf club? Meet the life-changing and saving volunteers of Women Playing For T.I.M.E.
Babette Hughes will change everything you think you know about aging. The 90-year-old author of four books explains why society has it all wrong when it comes to getting older and why this is without doubt, the most exciting time of her life.
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’s survived cancer (twice), a heart transplant and the early, tragic death of her husband. And she’s only 50. Yet through it all, Toni Wild has never lost one thing — her optimism about life. Find out why surviving was never a doubt.