At what point does Misophonia take over everything that you love. Dealing with Misophonia can be the hardest thing that some people have had deal with, including myself. I have lost friends, excluded myself from social events, lost career paths but most importantly, I may have lost my soulmate. Misophonia has taken three years of… Read more
One of the more pernicious side-effects of misophonia, particularly when one is lacking the proper coping skills, is isolation. When it seems as if trigger sounds may pop up anywhere one goes, and lead to internal mayhem one does not know how to deal with, the easiest solution often seems to be staying home, avoiding… Read more
When the conversation turns to relationships, I often run into some recurrent themes. Sometimes, people complain about the lack of empathy and respect they receive from others. Other people wonder if they will find someone who can tolerate their misophonia. Some spouses/partners/family members are antagonistic or even abusive in their mocking and intentional goading. This… Read more
I realize that you have noticed odd behavior in me, and are worried. I know, that you know, that something is wrong. You love me, and want the best for me. You see that I am unhealthy, an underachiever, and reclusive. No, I am not on drugs, except my prescriptions. Yes, my mom mentioned to me that several of you… Read more
Another writer for Misophonia International E-Magazine, Sharon graduated yesterday. She messaged the rest of the staff and crew, with concern about the actual ceremony. Not only was she triggered by one of the speakers, but there would be large congregation of people, which guarantees triggers, and automatic anxiety, for Misophones, in general. This magazine has… Read more
Relationships are one of the most complicated and prominent features of our lives. I have had the opportunity to spend a significant amount of time living with a spouse, as well as experiencing the world as a single person. Having Misophonia, the entirety of these years have been clouded with uncertainties. The typical thoughts one… Read more
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