Typical treatments, such as Gradual Exposure Therapy, Hypnosis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, and Systematic Desensitization have so far worked only for a small number of people … and may take several years.
But just recently, a breakthrough method that works in less than 7 days has been discovered and is currently curing people across the globe.
Now, because of this groundbreaking method, many "hopeless cases" are now permanently cured.
A few hours in, I realized I needed to relieve my bladder. Not finding any close rest rooms, and nearing emergency, we did what most families would do. We pulled over to the side of the road.
However, when I got out of the car, I couldn’t relieve myself. I couldn’t help thinking about my whole family in the car who must be irritated with me for making them stop. I wanted to get this over with and back on the road, but I simply could not go.
I thought about the passing motorists watching the situation unfold, and the pressure became too great for me.
Shamefully, I crawled back to the car, my whole family aware of the situation, and waited in agony until we arrived somewhere more private.
For many years, Paruresis wreaked havoc on my life. I completely lost the ability to urinate in public. It got so bad, I even had trouble peeing at home, worried that someone I lived with would hear me.
Frustrated and ashamed, and quite frankly, fed up with it, I did what any sane human being would do. I went to my doctor.
The ones that do treat paruresis seriously will often suggest a catheter: a painful device that is jammed up into your urethra.
And I didn’t want to go to therapy! It’s expensive, it takes months, if not years, and really my only problem was that I couldn’t pee.
Besides, most therapists have absolutely no understanding of paruresis. They’re well intentioned, but they don’t specialize in this area.
Not finding a solution anywhere among medical "professionals", I decided I would start asking people who have cured their shy bladder just exactly how they did it.
At first, their answers seemed very different. I asked people online, from around the world, and hear many stories of frustration, misery, and eventually, triumph and success.
But the more answers I got, and the more people I asked, it became clear that they were all saying pretty much the same thing.
In other words, you should gradually improve, taking small steps, until you are comfortably peeing in any situation.
This is so important of a rule that entire systems — Exposure Therapy and Systematic Desensitization are the most popular — have been created around it.
The problems with these therapies is that, like CBT, they can be slow and oftentimes, not very permanent…
Amazingly, to cure shy bladder, it’s best to do something every time you need to urinate, which is just as important as unzipping your pants.
There is a special kind of routine that is necessary. The discovery of this routine is the key part of my new research and groundbreaking system to curing shy bladder.
It’s so simple … but when you incorporate it into your life, you’ll find that urination really isn’t a problem.
Once you add this new routine, you’ll be shocked. In less then a week, you’ll be cured. Permanently.
If the mind learns how to urinate under certain conditions, and those conditions have been met, it will always begin to go… Read more…