Beth Chapman of “Dog The Bounty Hunter” fame may have spent the last six months fighting for her life in a battle with Stage IV lung cancer, but she’s not letting this dampen her positive spirit at all.

The New Haven Register reported that Beth took to Facebook on Palm Sunday last week to post a selfie in which she looked as happy and healthy as ever. She captioned the positive selfie, “don’t forget the reason for the season,” a reference to the 51-year-old’s strong Christian faith.

Earlier in the month, Beth posted another smiling selfie of her hanging out with a little girl, who appears to have nicknamed Beth “aunty BEFF!”

“I just love this lil lady she brings me so much joy. She was a creeper n my dinner date last night and bounced up and surprised me with her beautiful smile and just unconditional love for her aunty BEFF,” Beth captioned the photo. “I can never say how much I needed her sweet lil smile and her infectious laugh. I don’t get to see my own grandkids very often so she fills a big void in my heart.”

Unfortunately, not everything has been going well for Beth this month. A few weeks ago, she was rushed to the hospital in Hawaii after she experienced difficulty breathing. Her family said that she has since been released and is “resting at home.”

Beth already beat lung cancer once in 2017, but it returned with a vengeance last November when doctors revealed her cancer was “incurable.” Since then, Beth has decided to forego chemotherapy in favor of exploring alternative treatment methods, which she has not opened up about to the public. Beth and her husband, “Dog The Bounty Hunter” himself Duane Chapman, have made it clear that they are not going to be giving up anytime soon.

“I told her the other day, ‘I love you so much I’m not gonna let you die,’” Dog said. “I have to stay strong.”

The odds may be against Beth, but anyone who has seen her television shows knows that she is a fighter who is just about as tough as they come. If anyone can beat “incurable” cancer, it’s Beth Chapman. Please keep Beth and her family in your thoughts and prayers!

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