The Renowned International Award Winning Journalist Emmy Nominee, Reveals How She Overcame Anxiety and Panic Attacks for Many Years

LOS ANGELES – In her new autobiography “Mi Mochila Emocional” (My Emotional Backpack), acclaimed journalist Jackeline Cacho lays bare her personal saga. For years she dealt with debilitating anxiety and panic attacks. She hid her condition from her family and the public during her rise to prominence as a most respected national journalist and successful talk show host. In her own words, Cacho details how she suffered in silence with this disease and how, armed with courage, determination, and surprising allies, was able to overcome it and transform her life at every stage of her career development. “This battle forced me to fully evaluate the importance of my life and to carefully consider every psychological and medical treatment I received,” said Cacho. “I hope that my own experiences will help the millions who suffer every day from anxiety and panic attacks and help them realize the best roads to treatment and recovery.”
In her book, Cacho realizes that she could not have overcome her ordeal without the help and support of very special friends and supporters. Former Mayor of San Antonio and Secretary of Housing and Urban Development, Henry Cisneros, writes in the book’s forward, “her story is a narrative of talent, of ambition, of family support, of courage, of determination, of vision and of hard work…she has been a multimedia entrepreneur, as well as a role model who proudly lifts up her Hispanic culture and helps families and particularly young women in practical ways to reach their full potential.”
Currently, Cacho Founder of JC Vision Corp & Finding Productions helps her audience reach their full potential as the host and producer of her own weekly show, “Jackeline Cacho Presenta Triunfo Latino,” which can be seen in 42 U.S. markets on VMe TV. The show promotes Latinos who are making major strides in their professional careers and are recognized as true leaders and award winners.
Her own awards and accolades include her most recent 2017 Emmy Nominee and “2016 Woman of the Year in Media” by Us Congress award presented to her by California Congresswoman Loretta Sanchez. She received La Opinion Newspaper’s 2014 Outstanding Women of the Year Award, the Latina of Influence Award from Latina Lifestyle Magazine, and many other awards and recognition from chambers of commerce, educational and community organizations too numerous to mention.
Cacho’s new book “Mi Mochila Emocional,” will hit bookstores on Sep 2017 and will be available online at www.jackelinecacho.com