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…
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:
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…)
Wow, it took a lot.
A lot of
But please go check out this page: https://curetinnitus.org/my-ac...count/
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.
I think the core message of this video is: I do not find running CureTinnitus.org as a “business” ethical (so what do i do when a suicidal teenager calls?), but I cannot afford to run CureTinnitus.org as a service without funding. Here are a few vids of me doing stuff like deleting spam registrations at the website, which is what happens when you have a prominent website that serves a good amount of data and has a fair amount of traffic.
Please let me know if you can be of assistance by providing funding for CureTinnitus.org. Also, we have had some programmers come through and offer work, but really, life moves on, people get better from tinnitus, and it is unfair to ask people to work without providing fair compensation. So, basically, I am preparing to create a crowd-sourcing campaign to make curetinnitus.org into a real not-for-profit organization by 2014.
When members join our current programs — they get excellent help. Join if you can afford it.