Mijn verhaal (a Dutch story)

Ik zit in de klas rustig te werken, als een jongen uit mijn klas met zijn pen begint te tikken. Ik draai me om: de jongen zit geconcentreerd over zijn schrift gebogen. Hij doet het dus niet om mij te irriteren. ‘Wil alsjeblieft ophouden met tikken?’ fluister ik. Hij kijkt me verbaasd aan: ‘Deed ik…

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A Swedish Misophonia Story

If I just could remember the first time I experienced that awful feeling, the frustration and the adrenaline pumping in my body, trying to fight or flight that sound that hurt me so much, that made me rage, I would go back and try to tell myself to ignore it and not respond. Then, I…

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My Little Orange Pass

For as long as I can remember, I have hated certain sounds. At first, it was very mild with a few tiny fits of rage every now and then. When I became a teenager, it all started to get more and more severe; I had Misophonia. I am currently a junior in my local public…

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Tell Your Story

Not only is it important for sufferers to be vocal about their disorder to their loved ones, but also to the scientific community. This affliction is not something that you can see, aside from the physical side affects that result for some individuals. At the core, this is an internal, very personal issue. Which is…

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Sensory Awareness E-Conference

Did you know that October is sensory awareness month? While Misophonia has yet to be fully-classified, it is hard to deny that our senses are heightened and constantly berated. Join us, and the sensory community for SPD Parent Zone’s 2016 online sensory awareness conference. Dr. Jennifer Jo Brout will be included on the roster, along…

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Donate To Research

On behalf of the International Misophonia Research Network (IMRN), Misophonia International promotes these following researchers, and hopes that you will too. Through your generous donations these programs will be able to further move-along and facilitate research that is influenced by our challenging, lesser-known disorder. When we work together and back researchers we are taking the…

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