Deanna Favre speaks to Fox News Channel’s “Fox and Friends”

Deanna Favre wife of Vikings quarterback Brett Favre, spoke to FOX News Channel’s FOX and Friends this morning and dodged questions about her husband’s alleged sexual misconduct. Farve remarked, “I won’t go into anything personal, but faith really is my crutch.” She also spoke about her new book on faith, “The Cure for the Chronic Life.” Excerpts from the interview are below:

On her reaction to the allegations against her husband, Brett Favre:

“Well, I won’t go into anything personal, but faith really is my crutch. It’s always been my crutch. It gets me through. It got me through many struggles, as you can read in “The Cure for the Chronic Life,” and that’s the reason Shane and I wrote this book.”

On being a survivor:

“The worst experience or the worst struggle I think that I had to face was the death of my brother, and then four days later, being diagnosed with breast cancer. So I think I’m a survivor if I can get through that, I can get through anything.”

On what people can take away from her book:

“We hope anyone who is going through a difficult time will take the book and read it. And we do believe that it will make a difference in their life. But it is also a book for those who feel like they have the world on a string and maybe they are headed in a direction that is unhealthy and they don’t even know it. And so it’s a book that anyone can use to help their life be richer.”

On how she is feeling as a cancer survivor:

“I feel awesome. I feel really good.”

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