Where there is life, there is hope
At the tender age of 25, whilst living on the other side of the world, away from the loving arms of everyone she knew, Kathy Gardiner was given the news that she had cancer - or to be more precise, melaoma. For Kathy, her bathroom floor moment was more of a cry her eyes out on the London overland train in front of a lot of people.
What entailed was a decade of highs and lows on the rollercoaster ride of life-threatening illness. But what shines through with crystal clarity is the unbreakable spirit that has been honed and polished in the process.
Kathy also shares with us:
+ The importance of trusting your gut instincts - throughout the journey
+ The big shifts and changes that she has made that have helped her feel more in control
+ How she learned to honour herself, her choices and her desires, even in the midst of big medical decisions that impacted all her loved ones
+ Her incredible stubborn as a mule fighting spirit - which tells her that where there is life, there is hope
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