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Resources for Misophonia

Who Decided Young Children Don’t Have Misophonia?

Most anecdotal and academic work states that misophonia begins in late childhood – early adolescence. I disagree. As of now researchers rely on self-report and/or reports from parents. However, how would a parent know what to look for in early childhood? How can we rely on someone’s memory when memory is so elusive? I would…
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Marriage and Misophonia

Marriage is a beautiful thing. To live forever with whom you deem your soul mate, best friend, partner in crime? That’s awesome. My relatives talk to me all the time about what marriage is like, and almost every time the topic comes up, they mention having kids. They talk about how kids are such a blessing, which…
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Help us Grow Our Non Profit


As we start our journey toward becoming an officially registered nonprofit, we are asking members of the misophonia community to help us realize this dream. Through your financial support we can pay for essential start up costs such as government filings, administrative software, and other technical necessities. We welcome and appreciate all support!

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