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Dr. Nagler

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Hello Friends -

Whenever I am asked for the one resource I would recommend above all others for a tinnitus sufferer trying to find his or her way amidst all the distress and confusion, I invariably think of a terrific book by Jane Henry and Peter Wilson, two dedicated and brilliant cognitive behavioral therapists, entitled Tinnitus – A Self-Management Guide for the Ringing in Your Ears. The problem is that the book has been out-of-print for a number of years. And even when you are able to find used copies, they can sometimes cost in the neighborhood of $100(US) or more.

I have been trying to purchase the copyright from the publisher, but as best I can determine it has changed hands a number of times. And basically I have no idea who currently holds it.

So my first request is that if you do hold the copyright or know who does, please contact me so I can obtain the rights to the book.

My second request is that if you are a tinnitus sufferer and are interested in suffering less (or perhaps not at all), that you obtain a copy of the book for your own use. I want you to go through the book very very slowly and do all of the exercises exactly as directed, writing down the answers on a piece of paper. (Do not just do them in your head!) Then, about three or four weeks later, I want you to do it all over again.

I have yet to meet a tinnitus sufferer who has read the book twice and thoughtfully completed the exercises as described above who has not derived considerable benefit from doing so.

Which is precisely what I want you to do - derive considerable benefit from reading the book twice and thoughtfully doing the exercises. For my part, since $100 is an outrageous sum to pay for a used paperback, I would like to provide you with a free copy. I have uploaded the entire book to the web. You can access it at no charge; no strings attached! Just CLICK HERE.

And please do not forget: If you hold the copyright or know who does, kindly let me know immediately.

Here's to quieter days ahead for all!

Stephen M. Nagler, M.D.
Atlanta Tinnitus Consultants, LLC


The best way to find yourself is to lose yourself in the service of others.
- Mahatma Gandhi

No bird ever soared in a calm. Adversity is what lifts us.
David McCullough quoting Wilbur Wright
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