Press Release Summary = This release describes the struggles of a 29-year-old female firefighter and her defeat of bedwetting via www.nobedwetting.com
Press Release Body = She wouldn’t outgrow it. She couldn’t overthrow it. Firefighter could conquer most anything–except bedwetting
Being a firefighter in New York City is not just a noble profession. It’s also extremely dangerous. It takes courage just to get through the training and prove to your team that you can be counted on to hold up under the stress. Being young, single and female requires an extra measure of toughness on top of the courage. 29-year-old Jennifer had plenty of both. Yet, this brave woman had a secret that kept her in a chronic state of anxiety and isolated from the support and camaraderie of her fellow fire fighters. It was like being trapped in her own personal burning building. Jennifer, at 29, was a bedwetter.
When not conquering flames and savings lives, this courageous woman was waging a personal battle against bed-wetting. Doctors had finally stopped promising that she would “outgrow” the nightly bedwetting. But none of their bedwetting treatments worked—not medication, special diets or psychotherapy. Jennifer managed to become a success in her job, but as a woman, she felt empty. She longed to meet that special someone, and asked herself why she could march into a burning building, but could not defeat enuresis—or at least outgrow it like the doctors had promised. But here she was, afraid to even go out on a date.Just when Jennifer had reached a rock bottom state of hopelessness and wondered if she was going a little crazy, a friend with a 12 year-old daughter shared their bedwetting secret and an exciting Internet solution. Jennifer was skeptical. Was this just going to be another empty promise for an enuresis cure? With nowhere else to turn, she contacted the Enuresis Treatment Center via their website (www.nobedwetting.com).
She learned that her bed-wetting was probably due to an inherited sleep disorder, not a lack of control. Gaining confidence, she enrolled in the program and was assigned a personal counselor who really got to know Jennifer, her history and current situation. Jennifer used the telephone to communicate and a fax machine to report her progress. Her counselor gave her hope and confidence, and most of all—results! Jennifer’s path to taking charge of bedwetting began 18 months ago, and now it’s all in the past. Her bed is dry every morning, and she feels like her life has begun. With newfound confidence, she has forged friendships at work,created better relationships with her family and she has begun to date. The missing pieces of her life are coming together. This urban hero is finally putting out the flames of her own loneliness.
To help someone stop bedwetting—no matter how old they are—visit www.nobedwetting.com. Or call 1-800-379-2331. Outside the US, including Canada,call 1-248-785-1199.
Web Site = www.nobedwetting.com