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Feb 2, 2024

There are people in this world who face unexpected challenges but can overcome them with resiliency and inspiration. Tricia Lieberman Scobey is one of those people.

From Ruptured Brain Aneurysm to Survivor

Tricia had a ruptured brain aneurysm in November 2020, at the height of the pandemic. She was experiencing some migraines before the rupture. Still, while watching television with her daughter, it suddenly occurred, and the next thing she remembers is being in the hospital and being told that she needed surgery.

Three surgeries later, Tricia is thankfully here to tell her story. Be moved and motivated as you listen to her story. Find out what she went through and how she felt mentally, especially as an athlete and a runner.

Hilary Topper talks with Tricia Lieberman Scobey

About Brain Aneurysms

Did you know that 1 in every 50 people have a brain aneurysm? Ruptured brain aneurysms are fatal 50 percent of the time, and horribly, there is a rupture every 18 minutes.

The Bee Foundation

Tricia volunteers for The Bee Foundation, a group dedicated to research, awareness, advocacy, and support. Their goal is to live in a world where brain aneurysms can be found before rupture so that lives will be saved and the devastation they cause eliminated.

To get in touch with Tricia go to and send her a direct message. Or, get in touch with The Bee Foundation at