Terrible News: Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Wife is VERY SICK

Terrible News: Dog the Bounty Hunter’s Wife is VERY SICK

I love Dog the Bounty Hunter and his wife Beth. They are very sweet people who I grew up watching on television and had the honor of meeting this year when they attended CPAC. They were nothing but kind to me and to hear that Beth has fallen ill is heart-breaking

Mrs. Chapman was diagnosed with Stage II throat cancer in September, but despite the immense pain she’s been in, both physically and emotionally, she’s managing to keep her spirits high.

“When we made a pledge many years ago, I said I’d love her in sickness and in health until death do us part. And that truth has really, really come alive in my mind,” Duane “Dog” Chapman said. “And I have to stand on that; I gave her an oath that I would love her forever. And thank God it’s not till death do us part at this point.”

When asked how she’s coping with her diagnosis, Beth gave a heart-warming response.

“I take it one day at a time. And I believe in the power of prayer,” she said.

This event has changed the way Dog interacts with his wife as well.

“If I have a pain — like a back pain or something — I don’t tell her anymore. My little pains are nothing compared to what she’s going through,” he explained. “I don’t want anybody to feel sorry for me, because I’m not the one who has it. I just want our fans to say prayers for Beth.”

They are also stressing the importance of early detection and listening to your body.

“Early detection is key,” she noted. “I probably had the scratchy throat for a year. When something feels wrong, you need to get it checked immediately. That’s the lesson here. Also, everyone needs to pay attention to what you put in your body. Your diet is so important.”

Your body always knows when something is wrong, even if you don’t. Listen to it and get any abnormalities checked immediately. It could always be nothing, but is that a chance you’re willing to take? Everyone has, or knows someone who has been affected by cancer. It seems like an undying beast that won’t stop until it takes every last life from us, but early detection and treatment can increase your odds of beating it exponentially. Don’t give your life over to something that doesn’t care whether you live or die.

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