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MIKE'D UP! with Mike DiCioccio

Oct 17, 2022

Gail Jones is an intuitive coach, gifted wordsmith, Worthiness Expert, and inspiring teacher who has been leading clients through transformation for more than 20 years!

She is the author of two books, Cancer as a Love Story: Developing the Mindset for Living AND ALSO To Hell and Back...Healing Your Way through Transition.

Gail has appeared as a guest Worthiness Coach nationally on CBS’s Emmy award-winning talk show The Doctors as well as Sirius XM Radio. 

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Inspiration & Resources from Gail:

It’s okay to tell people that you’re hurt, scared, or angry and need some comfort; not advice. Lean in to love, support and comfort. Your time to receive nurturance may be long overdue. You will achieve a greater sense of worthiness once you learn to receive. 

In her battle with cancer, Gail combined conventional medicine (lumpectomy) and alternative treatments as well—her book Cancer as a Love Story is evenly balanced, expressing the importance of both sides.

More importantly than whether you seek out conventional, alternative, or a combination of both, is that you release the emotional stressors that may have contributed to cancer in the first place. This is exactly what Gail coaches, using EFT Tapping; she covers this in her book as well.

Gail completed extensive training with Dr. Joe Dispenza, world renowned for his work in neuroscience, training the mind to heal the body. 

Gail highlights “chemo, radiation, and other drugs don’t release he stressors”

And “most conventional doctors aren’t trained in the emotional components as discussed by Dr. Gabor Maté.” He states that he can tell who will get cancer based on their childhood. Gail believes that having a schizophrenic mom greatly contributed to her cancer, as she lived in “fight or flight” most of her life.

(Resource) Why We Get Sick with Dr Gabor Maté:

The three years before a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer are often “off the charts” stressful years for many. They certainly were for Gail—during the recession of 2008 she had to sell her house, she was dealing with repercussions of divorce, had a child in college, assigned legal guardianship of her schizophrenic mom, all while taking care of two teenagers as a single parent.

Learning to make oneself a priority is critical. Many of those who get breast cancer are in the helping professions—teachers, nurses, coaches, healers, etc.—where they are consistently “giving” or “over giving.”  Learning to say no, and set boundaries, are new skills to develop.

Getting one’s mindset aligned with the body’s innate ability to heal is key, and surrounding yourself with environments and people that support that is important too. CLAIMING ONE’S WORTHINESS TO LIVE CAN EXTEND LONGEVITY, as noted by three different healers in Gail’s book.

AN IMPORTANT ISSUE NO ONE TALKS ABOUT: For some, a cancer diagnosis changes the psyche, with a loss of innocence and having to face one’s mortality for the first time. There can be an extra sense of fragility going forward, yet to those who know the survivor, many think that once the cancer is gone, everything is fine. Rarely is anyone “the same” again. Fear of recurrence lives within for many, which can also ignite one to grab life in new ways. Gail’s mantra has became “SAY YES TO LIFE!”

Remember, “alternative” is not rebellious; often complimentary to conventional, and it takes a lot of work, discipline and can be a lonely path to follow. BUILD A TRIBE who will support you.