CureTinnitus.org Initial Assessment Quiz
I was just adjusting things here at the site, and came across this situation. I mean YouTube removed a video titled “Is tinnitus curable?” in which globally recognized experts were interviewed — and the video is still not back online.
YouTube removing my video interview of several globally recognized experts about the curability tinnitus, for supposedly being misleading or a “scam,” has harmed my reputation, my life, my well being, and my finances.
If YouTube cares about truth, honesty, and fairness, my video will be reinstated.
Unfortunately, if a video such as mine has been removed by YouTube, it leads honest, good people to question the motivations of YouTube. If YouTube wishes to promote false, harmful, and misleading information, then my video gets removed, and the dangerous & harmful information stays.
Because my info literally saves lives. My info about tinnitus literally functioned as a suicide intervention for several people.
If YouTube wants to drive people to suicide, if they come down with tinnitus, then my video remains removed and flagged. If YouTube wishes to help people who wind up in a dark place with tinnitus, then my video will be reinstated.
Best for now and contact me, if you have any further question before reinstating the video.
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Jen here, and I’d like you to join me for a 5-week Tinnitus Treatment Roadmap eCourse starting May 27th, 2018.
If you’re struggling at all with tinnitus, please take the time to consider taking this class. It might be just right for you 🙂
The class will give you a thorough overview over where we are scientifically regarding tinnitus, and what others have had the most success with.
We’ll address any anxiety you may have about getting better, and by the end of the class, you will have your very own personalized Tinnitus Treatment Roadmap℠ that will help you plan your treatments, therapies, and budget.
You can choose to call it a “Tinnitus Management Roadmap,” if you’re just wanting to cope, but you can also call it a “Tinnitus Remission Roadmap,” if you’re interested in making complete remission your personal goal. We’ll be taking things one step at a time in a relaxed environment, first addressing management and coping strategies, and then looking at reduction and remission goals.
I’ve been helping people with tinnitus for over a decade, and my heart really goes out to you, if you are suffering. Know that you can get better, it can be OK, and you can move from coping with tinnitus, to reducing it.
Registration ended at midnight EST, Saturday, May 26th, 2018 and is now closed.
Who are some of the most helpful therapists, doctors, or counselors you’ve found? Do you think they might be interested in providing online sessions at CureTinnitus.org?
Looking forward to your recommendations!
i just took a peek at the responses in the DB section of the back end of the website — and i found a good number of really heartfelt responses on our active empathy questionnaire.
thank you for your responses, and i hope to have provided some helpful & soothing information in the YouTube video below…
here’s a little bit about what it takes to publish caring, honest, correct, scientifically sound health information online
i kinda wanted to let you know what it’s like to publish health-related content online. it’s brutal…
…destructive efforts have included methods like:
- personal attacks
- via FaceBook messenger, FaceBook comments, blog comments, email
- financial attacks
- buying in bulk via fraudulent credit cards,
- hack attacks
- deceptive attacks (stealing my info and using it to sell scam products resulting in possibly thousands of people mistakenly thinking “I” sold them a poorly-written scammy eBook)
well, i’d say the site isn’t working that badly…could you do me a favor and log in and log out, watch some videos, leave some comments, send me a message to my private inbox — maybe click on the members list and send someone a friend request?
oh — and maybe you’d like to be a “featured student?”
also, important: to access the site, you need to register. it’s free. (more…)
Donate to support our cause! Every little bit helps…
Really happy to show this page to you!
Wow, it took a lot.
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But please go check out this page: https://www.curetinnitus.org/m...y-account/
You can manage your whole CureTinnitus.org profile there. You’ll see, I’ve made a lot of progress reconfiguring the site with “courses,” and eventually, we just might see more courses appear, made by the latest tinnitus remission advocates and therapists 🙂
The donation tool is completely new. Phew! That took A LOT of research.