Kirk Nurmi gained the national spotlight when he was appointed to represent convicted boyfriend killer Jodi Arias. “I got a lot of death threats,” Nurmi explains. “I became high profile and famous overnight in a situation where I wasn’t seeking it out, I was just trying to do my job. My appointed job.”
“Never did I think I’d be showcasing health and hope in a bikini — as a grandma!” Angela Doonan beat cancer and lost 100 pounds. She talks to Carey about how she lost the weight and had a total life transformation. Today we hear her incredible story about being a two-time cancer survivor and mother.
A 7 year old’s fight for life inspires people all across the country. In this interview, Carey talks to Melissa Mazzella DeLaney a successful political operative, about finding new focus and meaning in life after her daughter, Anna, came down with a mysterious illness.
Life After Jodi Arias: Kirk Nurmi Talks about Surviving the Trial, Losing 75 pounds, and His Current Battle — with Cancer
“I have really put a priority on my health. Having cancer changes your priority on everything.” Kirk Nurmi has walked through an incredible journey over the past few years. After being assigned to represent notorious boyfriend-killer Jodi Arias, Nurmi’s life, at times, seemed like a reality TV show. One that he never wanted to be the star of.
“What really moved me into becoming a champion of this cause — I am a cancer survivor.” Laura Capello, CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Arizona was shocked when she was diagnosed with breast cancer.
“I like to compare it to wealth accumulation. There is no one way that a person can accumulate large amounts of wealth at one time. It takes time. The same with a weight loss program. If you have gained weight over many, many years, the way to loose that is to take some time. But people get on an emotional response to losing quickly.”