Marion Andrews

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An entrepreneur, writer, teacher, healer and unshakable optimist, Marion Andrews is dedicated to helping you become the person you most want to be.

Following her initial diagnosis with Stage 3B colon cancer, she underwent the recommended chemotherapy, only to repeat the whole scene the following year with the new designation of Stage 4, and then AGAIN, the year after that!

In her bestselling book, Gloriously Grateful, Marion chronicles this journey with humor, hope, honesty, and unique insights. Her story will take you on a powerful journey that begins with her diagnosis and ends with her being transformed, more vital than ever, and gloriously grateful for all she experienced.

Marion is a keynote speaker and offers workshops on how to survive and thrive through any rough patch; especially dealing with cancer, treatment, and learning how to live each day with gratitude.

Along with her daughter, Michelle Forsyth, Marion coauthored Who Am I, Anyway?: A Guided Journal. She has also contributed to these best-selling books: 111 Morning Meditations; Happy Thoughts Playbook; Healer; Kindness Crusader; and When I Rise, I Thrive. All her books are available on Amazon and on the book page here: www.marionandrews.com/books

About Gloriously Grateful

Doesn’t it seem that every day we hear of someone who you know has been diagnosed with some type of cancer?

According to the American Cancer Society, more than 1.7 million new cancer cases are expected to be diagnosed in 2019. For many of you, these will be a close friend or loved one.  Often we hold back from being there for them because we really don’t know what we can say or how we can be there for them.

These guides for patients and caregivers will help you to start.


Handling Illness

Confused about what to say or do?

For Patients

Handling offers to help

Coping with the daily ups and downs

What is gratitude with cancer?

and so much more! 

For Caregivers

How to truly help

What to say to your friends and loved ones

What to do when visiting a patient

and so much more!