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May 25, 2022 3:00 am
On this episode of Our American Stories, model, motivational speaker, and author, Christine Handy tells us how she became a breast cancer and medical malpractice survivor whose life was saved by two powerful forces: friends and faith. Scott Gilbert shares the impact he has had as the president of the Roaring Fork Valley Chapter of Habitat For Humanity by teaching life skills to people in prison.
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00:00 - Modeling Grace: Christine Handy's Story of Survival
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Next, the story from Christine handy about survival forgiveness and strength is our own Monty Montgomery with the store. Christine handy was born in Chicago and raised in St. Louis Missouri. I'm certainly a Midwesterner all I am the mother of taste on a motivational speaker. I'm a writer. I analyzed including a model so I start modeling when I was at the tender age of 11. I actually loves being a model, it was easy for me and I began to hone in on learning the skills to brighten nothing and be in front of that camera and became something that I and throughout your career, Christine with them modeling gigs, Pepsi, J.Crew, Petco and target to name a few. But success is great as it is has its downsides to especially when success comes at such a young age. I met a lot of things that were really important for my development. I try not to blame anybody else because my parents weren't really interested in me becoming a model they had three other daughters and it wasn't their goal for me to become a model but when you have everything very attractive and when you have people commenting on who you are, which was solely based on what I look like you yearn for more about attention when you're doing your young you realize that other people are getting nurtured in other ways like when I would come home with my report card and it would be straight A's. I would be excited to show that's my parents but I wasn't getting a lot of tension for that. I was getting a lot of attention because I was getting bigger and bigger modeling campaigns in a like I just got remember as a freshman in high school I just got the campaign with Pepsi and I remember bringing my report card. I'm going look at me, look at me straight A's just I wasn't getting the foundation right. I wasn't. My life wasn't built on my mind, my brain inside me. I wasn't learning self introspection. I wasn't learning self-worth.
Most people at 1314 1516 society can correct them societies applies was not correcting me societies applies was pushing me forward into this narrative of depending on outside beauty. So the external façade became my measure of myself for so to speak, but I didn't realize it at the time I start also develop an eating disorder. A few years after I started to model and part of the reason I believe that I started eating disorder was because I had some sort of control in my life when I felt out of control right I show up on set as a modeling the client might say earlier here is not the right length or your blind Harris to darker your waste is to they were whatever they were criticizing me for I knew that I can control what was going in and out of my body and so became kind of a lifeline for me at very destructive one and the longer I modeled the quicker the eating disorder blossom and ultimately left it in so I came home from my sophomore year in college and I literally said to my parents ice down and I said this thing with eating disorder that will all of us are ignoring this thing exists in its controlling me and I can't stop myself and so my mom looked at me and said I'll take you to the hospital and I was there for 30 days and it was great. I mean, I really took to change my life in a way because I didn't have an eating disorder. After that, so it worked. But when I was leaving the hospital. One of the nurses said to me the gun and I said what's this for and she said well just in case you mess up just in case you know you throw something up.
She repeats the gun and I thought to myself she believe in me. So she first and she seen this before so she doesn't believe in me. Why would I do that it took a few years for me to really eliminate the store because I went back to it a little bit in my mind everybody goes back to she. She told me that I clung to it wasn't that it wasn't the strong belief in myself that I conquer this right. It was that doubt that she had put inside of me that's what I clung to. By the age like late 20s. Modeling had become a constantly became constant my life I felt strangely safe in front of the camera and I felt confident and I felt loved over and I was starting to feel this yearning for something meaning, purpose. I had no idea that there was a slight emptiness inside of me, but he squandered those thoughts, and I reminded myself over and over again that the next steps in my life for what I was living I was supposed to get married.
I was both have kids play.
My self-esteem was so dependent on society and the rules of the place of women I was locked in with my measure.
I was living a performance-based life.
I found out quickly that that beauty that external dependency was quicksand. And when you lose that you better have some pretty strong foundation and for me I just didn't listen to Christine talk about her struggle with all things beauty to be a blessing to be a curse, like so many things in our lives when we come back more Christine handy in her life story here Mel American stores view of the great American stories we tell him love America like we do risk and you to become a part of the American stories from America's great country make a donation monthly gift of $17.76 is fast becoming a favorite option for support well-known constraints.com email go to the donate button and help us keep the great American stories coming so American stories.com you guys, this is Tori, and Jenny with 90210 MG podcasts we have such a special episode brought to you by near attack ODT. We recorded it at iHeartRadio's tentpole event windows handout. Did you know that near attack ODT were magic pant 75 mg can help migraine sufferers still attend such an exciting event like Wingo tango.
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We returned to L American stories into Christine when we last left off.
Christine was at the top of her professional life that being modeling Pepsi J.Crew Pepco and many more, but her life felt empty and things were about to get harder.
Jim is Christine. I guess at this time. Being a wife and mother, and staying in box that I was living in kind and got confusing for me because I still didn't feel like I was enough and what was saying I believe was who I was. I had no idea who I was myself back. I would say to myself what you like to do and I did a lot of things I modeled. I took care of the house, my kids, my why was a wife I want my kids. I loved my job, but looking back I was. I felt very lost my soul was trying to figure out what was life about. And I really didn't know. So I would ask myself like what you like to do the things that popped into my brain were tennis, yoga, going to lunch with my friends and things like that and I would stop what he really liked me. Answer and so instead of taking the time my late 20s you think that I was mature enough at that point to sit myself down and insane you really go through those questions. Instead of taking the time and the introspection work that I needed. I start to socialize more small talk became normal for me.
No cocktail parties, and shopping and materialism and in trying to fill myself up with things instead of no controlling my portions in size and in controlling my eating I started to control my happiness by going to buy new and so I was just switching idle time I would turn on the TV and I look at the network and bravo and I idolize us famous people and those wealthy characters in society that were displayed all of the networks and you know my place keepers were falling apart.
Meaning I was getting older.
So I was aging and crisis is starting to happen in my life stress anxiety began to become a stronghold in my life I was coming soon, but huge grosses would begin to unfold in Christine's life.
So in 2011 I tore my right leg and then my right breast, which is not that big of a deal that required surgery, and I picked the doctor, who I believed would perform the best surgery now that I was worried that there be any permanent problems because of it.
My biggest concern at the time was that I was out of yoga for six weeks and so when the cast came off six weeks later I did physical therapy in his office for a day and then it was a weekend and the next morning I woke up it was Saturday morning and my arm had ballooned so my right arm looks like my thigh bone. Literally it was a deep red. It was swollen and the pain was grotesque and so I gave it about 24 hours before I call the doctor on a Sunday which was scary for me. I didn't have enough self-worth to think that he would even take the call if he took the call when he took the call.
He acted put out put out, and so that shame that I had felt in my life was reinforced and when you are in intense pain.
It's hard to see what's around you. It's hard to listen to your inner warnings because basically you're saying all your brain is telling you is get up and get out of pain get out of pain and marginalize perspective for me. I was I was looking around going TO take care of my kids. I can't be in this pain. On that original conversation on Sunday. He told me I overprice my arm and so he said take off the ice and leave it day and so I did and I know that sounds crazy that that was his prescription and looking back now, it does sound crazy to me but like I said when you're in that kind of pain and you you been taught that authority has the final say this and he got a medical degree, not me. He's the one that went to the Stanford medical school. Not me and so I trust, which is why Christine continued to see this Dr. even though the pain refused to go away then on one of her many visits to his office. He told her what he thought was causing. He didn't take an x-ray. He didn't take a blood test. He looked at me and he said you have this thing called RSD. It's a disorder where your brain is telling your language. In my case was my arm that there is pain and swelling, but it's really just in your head and I thought wow, I've never heard of this I can't believe this thing called RSD can be causing this much pain and so subsequently, he sent me down the hallway to a different office to a different doctor who is a pain management doctor who concurred with his diagnosis Christine Bettinger to nerve block surgeries pain meds and was sent to physical therapy.
Nothing changed for months. The pain was still there.
That was because her doctor had misdiagnosed her and it was a random comment that finally led to Christine seeking other options. One day I was on a walk and one of the employees of the town said to me hello and you know I said hello and he stopped me and he said his Avenue cast and I looked at my arm and I thought wow if the town worker noticed that I'm on my like eighth or ninth cast I need to see a second opinion and it was that day that I picked up the phone and called a friend and I said I know you have an orthopedic doctor that is your friend. Do you think you could call and get this Dr. would agree to see her and Christine would finally get the answers she needed to know.
The doctor came into the examination office and he said I know your doctor. He's very well liked and he has a great reputation. Let's take a look here arm let me take an x-ray, so he took an x-ray night. I came back into the room and he came in like 10 minutes later and he was pasty white and he asked my husband to come outside with them for a moment and now I start to really worry and they both came back and said every bone in your wrist is broken all his bones have broken and fallen into a pile at the base of your wrist. There is no cartilage left.
Which means you have an infection that has been undiagnosed.
I'm going to put you in surgery today. I'm canceling the rest of my day and I'm in and dig out as much infection as possible. I have no idea what I'm going to find. I have no idea what the outcome will be but I know for a fact that we have to get in there today.
Christine was then sent to a specialist in New York and was told she would never have function of her right wrist. Again arm was fused one of her many trips back to New York, received more bad news. My pharmacy list in 2011 and so I was just trying to figure out now with bone graft in my arm and can cover a cadaver bone that replaced my broken bones. How I was going to live for the rest of my life and being a mom and be what you don't do laundry in July and all those things that I was going to do those.
And so here's where the story gets a little bit more tricky. I was in a hotel room in New York City and went into the shower to shower and I immediately felt a lump in my breast and five days later I was diagnosed with an aggressive form of breast cancer and you can listen to Christine tell her hello and story.
My goodness just having gotten through so much in her life. Disorder just an emptiness in her life recurring feeling that you didn't know who she was and she said that I didn't feel like I was enough my goodness in this country is so easy to feel that way, man or woman. So much is coming at us and then a misdiagnosis in them an actual correct doses. We come back we'll find out what happens next in the life Christine Hamby here on our American store.
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I actually was home alone and I was waiting for Verizon to get back from wherever he was. I didn't know where he was looking for him in our house and I couldn't change I can get traffic ahead, I Needed Help to Help Me Get Out Of My Road into Close, and I Felt My Phone Vibrating in the Pocket of My Robe and I Looked at the Phone and It Was a Unknown Number and I Knew Immediately That It Was a Doctor and I Picked up the Phone and Sure Enough It Wasn't a Nurse to Tell Me Everything Was Fine. It Was the Doctor Who I'd Seen Him Did the Breast Biopsy and He Said to Me in a Very Small Meet Voice You Have Breast Cancer and the Only Thing I Remember about That Conversation That Day. To Be Honest with You I Said to the Man Am I Going to Die and He Did Not Answer Me. I Really Quit Because If You Think about It for the past Year That Year I Depended Heavily on My Friends and Family to Drive Me to Take Care Of Me to Take Care Of My Family. They Use the Resources They Use Their Time and Date Their Own Families to Help Me and Now I Was Facing 28 Rounds of Chemotherapy and Who Knew How Many Surgeries Still Had The Glass. I Stuck My Arm Had Just Been Grafted and so I Kind of Looked at My Life and Said Liability Contributing Anything That I Was More Than Society Was What I Look like and Be Gone Now and Start up on My Arm Now Who Knows What Happened to My Chest and Then Lose My Hair to Chemotherapy. Nobody Will Love Me and I Have No Value in Society and so I Literally Decided Not Only My Going to Quit but Take Some Control in the Quitting Survive and so I Thought Lots Quit before I Start Because My Self-Esteem Was so Crushed Because I Didn't Believe in Myself and Because I Was so Heavily Dependent on the External and and so I Sent to Mice in My Own Head to Take Myself Out Of This Equation under Plan. My Suicide and so Each Day, My Friend. Some of My Family Would Come over and They Went You Know Try to Help Me Emotionally and I Would Start to Say to Them You Know What I Quit. I Feel like I Feel like I'm Just Feeling Joy from You from like Children. Children Should Be Getting the Attention Their Sickly Mom I Met Take My Life and They Would Say to Me You're Stealing This Opportunity for Us to Serve You or Forsake You or Forsake Us for Sinking. We Will Stand by Your Side. I Thought He out Right. Once I Lose My Works Once I Lose What I Thought Was My Value. You Guys Are Not Hit the Road Right over the Next Course of the Next Two or Three Weeks I Was Waiting for My Son to Get Home from Boarding School, so I Was Seeing before I Took My Life until My Son Got in Trouble at School and Couldn't Come Home for Three Weeks and by the Time He Got Home from Boarding School, My Friends Had Convinced Me That Not Only Was My Life Worth Fighting for My Life Was Worth Saving in My Value Had Nothing to Do with What I Look like and That Was so New Was Such a Different Concept Than the 41 Years That I Lived but I Believe Them and I Trusted Them Because They Continue to Show up for Me. Sometimes, We Can Always Rely on Our Own Voice. Of Course, for Me, I Couldn't Reline My Voice at All. I Was so Insecure and I Would Say to Myself, You're Not Worthy Right They Were Telling Me I Was Worthy and They Were Backing It up by Faith Based Scriptures. It Was Each and Every Day When They Showed up. It Wasn't like They Came Once a Week and Taught Me That I Wouldn't Have Believed Them. What Would Have Been Enough for Me but It Was Day in and Day out in the Room. The Women That Showed up in so All of Those Voices for Three Weeks Hammering into Me This Story Has Meaning There Is Purpose in All of This, We Don't Know Exactly What It Is but There Is Purpose and It You Just Have Have To Give Us the Primal Edge of Walking through This with You Crazy. There's No Way This Is a Privilege for Lab.
I This Burden That They Have To Take Care Of the Earth That They Feel Responsible to Take Care Of the Way I Was Twisting My Same to Me Your Privilege for Us to Help and I Was Saying, Not a Privilege, but I'm a Burden Right Was My Own Self Talk, Which Was Tripping Me up Again but after A While I Started to Believe Them Because I Thought Action Was Reinforced by Their Behavior Is Going through Chemotherapy. One Day I Came Back from Chemotherapy and I Will Surely My Parents Literally Had to Hold Me up so My Father's on One Side of Me. My Mother on the Other Side of Walking Me into My House Because I'm so Sick and so Weak and I Walk into My House and I See These Post-It Note I Seem in My Front Hall and We Going to the Kitchen. I Seem in the Kitchen and I Walk over I Said My Parents Might Bring Me over to One of Those Post-It Notes and They Were All Scriptures. One of My Friends Had Come into My House When I Was at Chemotherapy and Posted to Hundred and 50 Scriptures around the House and so What Ever I Looked I Can Look at Scripture. Whenever My Kids What They Can Look at Scripture. They Were on Picture Frames. They Were on Me and Told They Were on Yell at My Kids Back There Was There and That 100 Room and so I Was a Learning from These Courageous Woman Now Cancer.
I Didn't Have Any Friends or Any Contemporaries That Had Cancer and so This Was All New to All of Us. But What They Were Showing Me Was That They Work in a Quit on Me As I Credit Those Voices That Was Window Strong Faithful When I Also Credit God.
There Were Some Inner There Was Some Intervention Right. My Son Got in Trouble for Three Weekends in a Well. So God Was Stopping Him from Coming Home If You Come on the First Week and I Wouldn't Be Here Talking to You and What a Shame That Would've Been Himself by the Very Fact That My Sign Was Delayed for Three Weeks Ultimately Gave Me a Shot.
Now, Once I Was Rooted More in Okay If These People Are to Show up for Me That I Better Show up for Myself and Want to Start a Shop for Myself. I Started to Put More into More Faith-Based Things. I Started to Listen to Podcasts from Pete Preachers. I Turned off Bravo TV. I Turned off the Entertainment TV. I Turned off the New and the Only Things That I Would Listen to More Life-Giving Things. There Is a Shift That Was Going on and after 15 Months of Shoddy How the World That I Knew I Was Able to Make a Grand Shift in My Perspective and What I Did after I've Completed My Kayla Therapy Was.
I Said to My Friends.
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You Taught Me That It Is a Privilege to Serve and That's What I Do Now. So for the past 6 to 7 Years. Every Day That I Wake up It's an Opportunity to Serve, Whether It's Telling My Story of Whether the Modeling in Your Fashion Runway at 51 Years Old Flat-Chested and Helping to Be a Voice for Those People. Or If It's Just Encouraging My Friends and Showing up for People Total Strangers. They Taught Me How to Live a Life of Service and That's What I Do Storytelling.
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