After Donna Lindhal’s teenage daughter committed suicide in 1993, Donna felt herself losing control of her life. That fear kept her from the one thing she loved most — riding horses. She shares how she slowly learned to overcome her fears by making herself a “bombproof rider” and what she’s learned about surviving life’s toughest challenges.
Stephanie Aleite is Surviving & Thriving through rheumatoid arthritis, or RA. Just 23 years old, Stephanie is putting a face to the disease that more than a million Americans are battling, and she has inspirational words of wisdom for others who have been diagnosed.
Do you have a mantra? After experiencing a potentially paralyzing injury, Elaine Krugman adopted one: “Believing in your dreams can be far more rewarding than living by your limitations.” See how it fueled her powerful recovery.
Young Lauren Larsen was diagnosed with cancer before she could even talk. However, such a diagnosis didn’t stop her from overcoming cancer and going right past talking to singing!
As a young mother, Rebecca Green refused to let a cancer diagnosis slow her down. She had life to live, and it was one with no regrets!
Kathleen Neace was left a widow at 39 with four boys under 10 years old to raise. This former stay-at-home mom had to survive her husband’s death, comfort her kids, regroup and re-plan their futures.
Charlie Awad is a four-time stage 4 colon cancer survivor … and a warrior. He’s on a mission to tell the whole world just how life-saving early screenings can be. Find out why he won’t stop until everyone gets the message.
Ron Foster is a musician who conducts R&B classic soul groups with a 40-piece orchestra. The 72-year-old also competes in Masters Track and Field events, winning state championships in long and high jump. And he’s a kidney cancer survivor. He shares his story.
At she prepared to turn 47, CJ Hartman was in the best shape of her life. She had lost weight, she’d recently set a personal record in triathlon and she was training for her next big race. And then, she was stunned to learn she had cancer. Wait until you see how she thrived in the aftermath.
After surviving uterine cancer at 32, the last thing Diane Shadgett expected was a new, different diagnosis. But at 44, the active and fit personal trainer found herself in another battle, this time breast cancer was her foe. She shares her story of survival.