Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day

June 12, 2019 is Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day

Get involved in our first ever day of spreading TSM around the worldJune 12, 2019

On June 12, 2019 the C Three Foundation is celebrating six years of operation with the inaugural Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day and we are offering you the opportunity to participate.

Below are ways you can get involved and help in our first focused, international campaign to let the world know that TSM is a life saver.

1) Sign up for reminders

We know it’s easy to forget things, so email Jenny ([email protected]) to sign up for reminders. We’ll send you an email one week before Global TSM Awareness Day (June 5), an email the day before (June 11), and we’ll send our newsletter out to everyone on our list on June 12 to celebrate!


Are you a TSM success story? Are you a family member or friend of someone who has made great strides in their road to recovery thanks to TSM? Are you a doctor, nurse, or therapist who has seen patients dramatically reduce or end their alcohol use? Consider submitting a testimonial (#2 – #4) that we can share with the world!

2) Submit a video testimonial

Video testimonials should be hosted on YouTube or Vimeo. Send us the link and we will share your video and add it to a special Awareness Day list.
(Video length: 1 – 3 minutes)

3) Submit a short written testimonial

We will compile short testimonials on our website and share quotes from them throughout the day. We will not share full names, just first name and last name initial, but if you are not comfortable having your name attached to your testimonial, we can use either “Anon.” or just your initials.
(Length: 600 words or less)

4) Submit an audio testimonial

Don’t like talking into a camera or writing your testimonial, but want to share anyway? Record your testimonial on your phone, tablet, or computer and send us the audio.
(Specs: 1-3 minutes, .wav or .mp3 file format)

5) Submit a Global TSM Awareness day graphic or image

If you’re good with graphic design, we’d love to see and share your creations in support of Global TSM Awareness Day. Please include one or more of the hashtags: #OptionsSaveLives #SinclairMethod #GlobalTSMday

6) Send a letter to the editor of your local newspaper

In journalism and news, alcohol addiction is considered an “evergreen” topic. Basically, this means there is always a good reason to write an article about it. If you open your newspaper on any day, you are likely to find a story related to alcohol and its consequences. Consider writing a letter to the editor in response to that article, and mention the Sinclair Method and TSM Awareness Day.

NOTE – We need one volunteer who has experience writing L2Es who would like to assist us by writing a short guide on effective ways to help a letter actually get published. If interested, please contact Jenny (email above.)

7) Contact your local broadcast media

Reach out to your local news radio and television stations. Let them know you’d like to talk with them about TSM and our awareness day. Point them to our website or give them our email and we’ll be happy to talk with them, too.

8) Social Media

Follow us on Facebook and Twitter, and share our original posts and our shares. Or, you can write your own. (We will also have some posts that you can copy and paste for those who aren’t as confident in their creativity!)

Please remember to include one or more of the following hashtags: #OptionsSaveLives #SinclairMethod #GlobalTSMday

9) Time Zone Challenge

We’d love to see people post all through the day, but we’d also love to see targeted efforts at noon local time. So no matter where you live, if you post at noon, we’ll have a constant stream of awareness messages happening all across the world.

When you sign up for reminder emails, let us know what time zone you are in, so we can make sure your ‘day of’ email reaches you in time.

There are currently 37 different local time zones in use…how many of those time zones can we represent on our first ever Global Sinclair Method Awareness Day?


  1. Patricia Walker on June 5, 2019 at 1:53 pm

    With Claudia’s help, TSM worked for me. I was losing friends and family with my two bottles of wine per day. So glad those days are over. The cravings to drink eventually went away. Now, I rarely drink, and when I do, I don’t drink much. Thank you for your help. Why don’t doctors use this method? I share the books with anyone who is interested.

  2. Stephanie W on June 7, 2019 at 4:50 pm

    The Sinclair Method has saved my life!! It gave me the ability to be in control of my drinking once again instead of my drinking being in control of me.
    I will be forever grateful to Dr David Sinclair, Roy Eskapa, Claudia Christian and The C Three Foundation for bringing this method to us and supporting us a long the way!

  3. Walter K on June 11, 2019 at 3:13 pm

    As someone who went through the 12 Step Rehab thing, I find it insane that I was never told about a method like TSM. Even after a hospital stay for seizures no doctors there bothered to speak to me about a medical based solution.

    All seemed hopeless, but today I have my life back thanks to TSM. I’ll be forever thankful to Dr Sinclair, Dr Eskapa and C3.

    I look forward with great anticipation to the day when TSM is offered upfront to every one struggling and people aren’t left to suffer and even die having never known they had this option.


  4. Catherine on June 12, 2019 at 9:25 am

    I started TSM in late Dec 2017. It is now June 12, 2019. I felt my brain change immediately. I stopped drinking during the day automatically. I was able to work. Now I was able to function while still drinking at night. There were bumps of over drinking along the road but overall my life improved. No alcohol free days though – I often thought “what is wrong with me?” And I wondered, will I ever stop? The months passed by. 6 months, 9 months, a year, 15 months. then in 16 months something happened. i over drank one night and was super sick after. My husband suggested, how about you don’t drink today to heal a bit. you know, just for today. I agreed. WELL, the next day I felt done. I wanted to be done. alcohol, I felt the ‘meh” fact of people talked about on Facebook. I relapsed after a few nights (exposed myself too soon to drinking-work activity and drank afterwards. Tolerance was down. Felt like yuck!) And I think that was it, haven’t wanted to drink since. i have to say I am surprised how good I feel mentally (even though body is taking a while to really detox and feel strong again). I am convinced this has all been part of the TSM process for my particular human brain/body/self. Grateful!