He took to Twitter to share:
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Life’s definitely too short.
The Keeping Up With the Kardashians star Scott Disick faced some fears and gave back some human kindness on Sunday’s episode by fulfilling a woman’s dying wish!
Following a conversation about Kourtney’s cousin CiCi, who has battled cancer for fifteen years, it was revealed that her hubby had trouble confronting people who “are in bad shape.”
And so, when word broke on his Twitter that a woman in Ohio named Josie had listed meeting Scott as a point on her bucket list, Scott was convinced by his wife to head to the midwestern state and help Josie out!
Scott seemed to be reluctant upon arrival, saying that he had “no idea what’s going to happen behind this door.” Yet, after meeting Josie and her two daughters, as well as her friends, he was immediately changed. He revealed:
"When I walked into Josie's house I felt an amazing energy coming off of her."
Josie was diagnosed with lung cancer in July of 2010, and after aggressive chemotherapy, it seems the cancer still managed to spread. After hearing this news, Scott exclaimed:
"I can't believe this woman has to deal with so much… Seeing Josie confront her illness really made me think about my dad – who suffers from diabetes and needs a heart replacement – I really don’t talk about it because its so hard for me.”
He even gave Josie a gift — a rolex watch.
"I'm not big on giving in general… All I was thinking that I was hopefully going to make an impact on this woman's life but she ended up making an impact on my life."
Scott told Kourtney of his “life-changing” experience:
“She had such an amazing outlook on life even though she's been suffering for years.”
He then added:
"It totally made me think, even the whole thing with CiCi being sick again, I love CiCi so much I don't want to think there's a chance something could happen with CiCi."
Awww! Not only are we glad Scott came to terms with his own troubles, but was able to help out Josie and her family in doing so.
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