Open letter to Elizabeth Eayrs, Coordinator at the Tinnitus Association of Canada, about the Cure Tinnitus Community at curetinnitus.org

Subject: Your Potential Collaboration in a Cure Tinnitus Community as an Experiment in Conscious Commerce
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Dear Elizabeth,

This may sound unusual, but I’m contacting you to see if you would be interested in considering participating in an online endeavor in “conscious commerce” relating to supporting people with tinnitus.

The social experience will take place at curetinnitus.org, and here are the
short details.

1) Support community for people dedicated to curing their own tinnitus
(taking full responsibility for their actions and health)

2) Initial limit of 1,000 members

3) Donation-based commerce

I’ve made the “consicous commerce” business plan available here:
http://blog.curetinnitus.org/c...ness-plan/

If you are interested in talking further, please let me know!

Sincerely,

Dainis W. Michel

2 thoughts on “Open letter to Elizabeth Eayrs, Coordinator at the Tinnitus Association of Canada, about the Cure Tinnitus Community at curetinnitus.org

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    Here’s Elizabeth’s response:

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    Hello Dainis Michel, Sorry, my computer won’t let me open your page.

    I do have questions about seeking a ‘cure’ for tinnitus.

    ‘Treatment’ is certainly feasible, but speaking of a ‘cure’ in regard to
    most cases isn’t realistic and can raise false expectations.

    It’s true that many cases do quite naturally in time cease being a problem,
    as the body self-regulates and establishes its normal balance. This is
    specially likely to happen if sleep isn’t disturbed, or if normal sleep can
    be achieved.

    At the same time, many people need outside intervention. whether through
    ‘sound therapy’ or medication. (I’ve been one of these, and am personally in
    touch with many others.)

    If a self-help therapy works for you, that’s excellent. But we have to be
    aware that each case of tinnitus is different, the range of severities is
    extreme, and that what works for one person may be ineffective – or even
    aggravating – for another.

    Wishing you good luck with your endeavour!

    Elizabeth Eayrs

    Elizabeth

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    …and here is my reply to her:
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    Dear Elizabeth,

    Thank you for taking the time to respond to me with such kindness and detail. Since sending my request to you, I

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