Does your loved one suffer from misophonia? If so, the holidays can be a particularly challenging time. Wrought with sensory stimuli, these holidays can be overwhelming for misophonia sufferers. Some of the best news though, is that there’s research happening that may lead to a cure for misophonia. So, if you want to give a gift of hope – you may consider donating to the Misophonia and Emotion Program at Duke University. Your donation can help make a treatment for misophonia possible, and will support studies that have already been proposed, including a sound study (why these sounds are triggers) and the memory reconsolidation study, which proposes possible treatment. All donations are tax deductible. For sufferers of misophonia, you can post this on your timeline and encourage family and friends to donate to research in your name for the holidays! Together we can find a treatment.
You can also purchase a $2 Misophonia Holiday Survival Guide with stories from sufferers on how they handle their misophonia over the holiday season.
Want a special gift certificate? Submit a request here, with a screenshot of your donation confirmation (you can blackout your address/info) and we’ll email you an “in your honour” sheet to be printed for under the tree!
Find what research this donation supports here.
Wondering about donations? You can find more information about donating to duke here.