Follow-up to the Truth about Tristin

Episode 71: Gutsy Health Podcast 


"We are all storytellers, and the story we tell create our experience."

Show Summary: On December 8, 2020, Tristin and Juanique published an episode entitled “The Truth About Tristin” about his battle with cancer. He was initially diagnosed in 2016 and survived it. They stopped testing for quite some time, but this year, 2020, things got terrible. His cancer got back unknowingly.

It was real devastation for both of them, but the reason why they want to share Tristin’s journey with you is because of the life-lessons they discovered behind the anxiety and panic they went through. It took them years to process it and overcome the trauma it had caused them through the help of EMDR therapy. They believe that it’s not the illness alone that you should deal with but also the psychological effect that comes with it; Otherwise, it can cause more stress that can worsen the disease.

To all the people who are having the same battle, this episode is for you. For the tears and pain you and your family have shed, you deserve to have the best in the world. You deserve the happiness, peace of mind, and positivity to get through this. Listen as Juanique and Tristin break down their journey and tell about the process of acceptance and learning to find the good in everything.

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Exceptional Highlight ( A quote that Juanique read during the recording) :

“Every action taken by human beings is based on love or fear.

Decisions affecting business, industry, politics, religion, the education of your young, the social agenda of your nations, the economic goals of your society, choices involving war, peace, attack, defense, aggression, submission, determinations, to covet or give away to save or to share to unite or to divide.

Every single free choice you have ever undertaken arises out of one of the only two possible thoughts there is - A thought of love or a thought of fear.

Fear is the energy which contracts, closes down, draws in, runs, hides, hoards, harms. Love is the energy which expands, opens up, senses out, stays, reveals, shares, heals.

Fear wraps our bodies enclosed. Love allows us to stand naked fear clings to and clutches all that we have. Love gives all that we have away.

Fear holds close, love holds dear.

Fear grasps love lets go.

Fear rankles love suits, fear attacks, love amends.

Every human thought, word or deed is based on one emotion or the other. You have no choice about this, because there's nothing else from which to choose but you have free choice about which of these to select.”

Show Highlights: 

What  is coffee enema for?

Tristin 14:55

  • But I can tell you from my own experience that as I've been doing this really intensive protocol, if I don't do the coffee enemas I have a really bad day.

What is the best or worst thing Tristin can say or do for a friend that is battling cancer?

Tristin 16:01

  • One out of two people in their lifetime will contract cancer, which means that 30% of it would be a very, very rare incident where a person does not know somebody who has cancer.

What can you do for people who are battling with cancer?

Juanique 18:58

  • If your loved one that is struggling with cancer has children just say “Hey, my kids are going to kangaroo Zoo or coconut Cove. I'd like to pick up your kids.” 

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