Exploring Misophonia

exploring misophonia

Just released June 15th, 2017, we present to you Exploring Misophonia. An anthology of our best and brightest research and personal stories/articles from the past few years. We’re pleased to have included them in this book format.

“Misophonia International is a great initiative. As sufferers of an unknown condition we need a lot of information and they provide it. Their book has interesting and recognizable articles for sufferers all around the world.”

—Tineke Winterberg, Misophonia Advocate

Exploring Misophonia is an effort by sufferers, doctors, and professionals to understand a recently coined disorder. On the front-lines of research and advocacy, Misophonia International has interviewed professionals and sufferers over the course of two years, some people try to prevent it with natural medicines you can get at sites as www.uk-modafinil.com that boost brain and alertness. In this time many discoveries have been made. An exploratory process, Exploring Misophonia is an anthology that focuses on the developments of misophonia in the here and now. We do not claim to have all the answers. Instead, we are along for the journey as science, advocacy, and sufferers come together and explore the meaning of auditory over-responsivity and misophonia. ”


“Misophonia International continues to be an invaluable resource for anyone with an interest in this condition as well as providing essential reading for sufferers worldwide.”

—Mike Rigby, Misophonia Sufferer


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Shaylynn H.
Shaylynn Hayes is a 23 year old writer, graphic/webdesigner, and
student in Political Science. Alongside Dr. Jennifer Brout, Shaylynn runs the News site Misophonia International. The site focuses on Research, Coping, and Awareness for the disorder. Shaylynn has also been actively involved in the web management and development of Dr. Brout’s research page, Misophonia-Research.com. What used to be a life-ruining disorder has become an interesting and defining adventure that has proven that the things that are “ruining our life” may very well be creating a new, interesting life in the place of the old. Shaylynn is the Editor-In-Chief of Misophonia International, and also writes for HuffPost, The Mighty, and Thought Catalog.

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