Giuliana Rancic is on the cover of the November issue of Health magazine!
Inside, she talks about several personal topics close to her, including pregnancy, battling cancer and life in the public eye.
On being frustrated by seeing other women getting pregnant…
"'I'm a good person, and I could give someone the greatest life of all, but yet I can't get pregnant.' And then you watch these TV shows, 16 and Pregnant, and these girls who want nothing to do with their babies are pregnant. And you're going, what?"
On being blindsided by the difficult road to baby Edward…
"I always say how I chased my career instead of chasing guys. And everybody was patting me on the back. No one ever told me, 'Oh, by the way, your eggs change when you reach a certain age.' I didn't think 35 was old!"
On relying on husband Bill Rancic after her breast cancer diagnosis…
“Afterward, I ran into my dressing room and started hysterically crying. Bill was really the one who had to pick me up off the floor and say, ‘Hey, we’re making a plan here.’ He took over.”
On her secret to displaying grace under pressure:
"Focus on the positive. Whenever I was so sad, when I was on the floor kicking and screaming and crying, the best way I could pull out of it was when I would remind myself, 'Even with this happening, you're still better off than a lot of people.' For me, it was saying 'Yes, I have breast cancer…' But, you know what? Thank god I'm going to a good doctor. I'm so fortunate I found it early. I'm so fortunate to have Bill. I'm so fortunate that I have a boss who understands."
On choosing to keep her struggle in the public eye:
"Had you given me a crystal ball when we were signing on to do the reality show that said, 'This is what's coming up, do you want to do it?' I would've said absolutely not. You couldn't pay me enough. But, looking back, I'm so happy that I did do it."
She's certainly faced a lot of hardship in her life!
But she's such a stronger person for having gone through it.
We're so glad things are finally working out for her!
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