Find ways to deal with the solution that you are faced with now. Because you can beat it. You can get over it, and then you can go on with your life. Face it. Don’t be afraid of it, don’t hide from it. Many people don’t want to find out what is wrong with them. I’m not one of those people. Jeannette
Jeannette, from Snohomish County, is our featured TB story this week. I love this particular quote from her because she has such a strong resolve and gives this gift to others by her encouragement. People who have been newly diagnosed with TB are feeling overwhelmed. To hear from a former TB patient that, "you can beat it. You can get over it, and then you can go on with your life," is uplifting and inspires hope. As a recent cancer survivor, Jeannette applied this frame of mind during her treatment. She is now healthy and credits her positive attitude for keeping things in perspective.