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dainis w michel

after a severe onset incident, dainis w michel chose to ignore statements that tinnitus was incurable and find people who had already gotten better. he interviewed tinnitus treatment experts, tried multiple therapies, traveled the world, and started blogging about his path toward healing. as a composer and documentation and training expert, he then distilled the recommendations of multiple experts down to 5 simple, effective guidelines.

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Donation Drive During CV19 Outbreak

Donate to support our cause! Every little bit helps…

Dear CureTinnitus.org Visitors, Friends, and Family,

We all want to get better from tinnitus, or to help those who aren’t doing as well as we are. That’s the whole focus of CureTinnitus.org, where we learn from those who’ve healed themselves.

To be able to secure our legal footing, and become a full-fledged not-for-profit organization, CureTinnitus.org needs $100,000 USD.

We need to set up a helpline, and just can’t do that without adequate finances. We need to be able to provide help to those who don’t have money right now, or who are struggling to make ends meet.

Statistically, tinnitus impacts people who are either having severe financial difficulties, or those who are particularly well to do.

In order to:

  • finally found the CureTinnitus.org not-for-profit organization
  • create a CureTinnitus.org helpline
  • update the site (much needed and will cost around $5,000 USD)
  • get the legal backing we need so that the use of the word “cure” does not land any of our experts, authors, or organizers in jail
  • create merchandise and other supportive items for people who are suffering
  • participate in and facilitate and possible originate valid well-funded scientific studies

we need your support.

Also, every little bit helps.

If you in the category of people with tinnitus, who has the means, I am going to ask you to donate generously, now. The reason I am asking with urgency, is because I’ve been keeping the site online for all of these years at great personal expense, and whenever people need help — I just give it to them — I’m very bad at asking for money in exchange for the kind of help that people suffering with tinnitus need. It feels so awful to have someone contact me who is suffering, and then to say — ooh ok you need to give me money first.

The CureTinnitus.org Program is special, because we present a wholesome “ladder” out from tinnitus. It’s not a promise, but rather a method. Our five guidelines:

  1. Education
  2. Physical health
  3. Beyond physical health (Emotional, Mental, and spiritual well-being)
  4. Personal well being
  5. Good support network

have helped people confused and overwhelmed by tinnitus, to settle and just take healthy helpful next steps.

I just can’t shoulder all of the expenses of keeping CureTinnitus.org alive alone. I can’t. Making it into a “monetized” website has really failed — it’s not about that — it’s about helping.

But I just haven’t had the 5-10K necessary to make CureTinnitus.org into a secure, legal not-for-profit organization. The legal aspects of using the word “cure” are not to be belittled. It’s scary.

You might have noticed that over the last 17 years, possibly because of CureTinnitus.org’s persistent insistence on scientific accuracy, that even the ATA’s (American Tinnitus Association) offerings have become more helpful, more wholesome, and more holistic.

So, we know that we’re on the right track, but again, I simply can’t shoulder the expenses alone, receive a smattering of donations from time to time that don’t cover the site expenses, and still give everyone my best advice and best support for free.

As you know, we’ve received many emails from people thanking CureTinnitus.org for saving their lives, and I’d very much like you to help us continue.

Sincerely,
dainis w michel
Publisher of CureTinnitus.org

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Now You Can Support CureTinnitus.org In A Wonderful New Way…

Now You Can Support Our Site By Making Purchases You Were Going to Make Anyway

Is there anything you’re planning on buying today, maybe from amazon.com? Now you can input your “adzwish” into the form below, create an adz.world account, and guess what? curetinnitus.org will receive a small percentage of your purchase!

Isn’t that cool? It allows generosity to become a financial and social driver — as opposed to just greed.

You don’t pay more, you just shop normally, and because of the adz.world software i developed, when you purchase, urine-therapy.org will get a small 3-8% affiliate commission.

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Complimentary Access to our Recently Acquired Tinnitus eCourse

Follow the steps in the video below to gain complimentary access to our recently acquired tinnitus eCourse 🙂

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Basically, what happens is, a window comes up and asks you what you’re planning on purchasing in the near future — then offers are served directly to your curetinnitus.org profile.

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Hard To Trust YouTube With Events Like This…

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.

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YouTube Video Removal Appeal

My “Is tinnitus curable?” video should never have been removed.

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.

Thank you,
dainis w michel
creator curetinnitus.org

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Personalized Tinnitus Treatment Roadmap eCourse With Jennifer Battaglino

Jennifer S. Battaglino, LCSW. Licensed psychotherapist in the State of New York, Clinical Social Work-Therapist, CHT, BWRT.
Jennifer S. Battaglino, LCSW. Licensed psychotherapist in the State of New York, Clinical Social Work-Therapist, CHT, BWRT.

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. 

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