38: Kathy Andrews, Survivor


Brain surgery survivor Kathy Andrews talks about her journey and the lessons she learned along the way.


Giving up is not an option for me.

I’m a fighter. When I think about what I’m going through and I hear about what other people are going through, I fight even harder. I’m not just fighting for myself, but I’m fighting for other people.

I knew I was going to be successful because I had someone to be successful for.

It takes a strong soldier to go through this.

The only way I am going to make it through this is to stay positive.

I started looking at who’s important and what’s important to me. I started not stressing over things I can’t control.

There’s still a lot I haven’t seen. There’s still a lot I don’t know, and there’s still a lot I’m looking forward to learning.

We’re here for a purpose. God has given us all a purpose.

When God says ‘That’s enough,’ that’s going to be it. But while you’re here, enjoy life. Enjoy each moment, each second in each day.

There’s a reason for everything. I know I’m here for a reason, and my reason is to keep fighting.






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