Announcing an Important Webinar on Misophonia for Parents

Are you a #parent of a child or teenager with misophonia and sound sensitivity? IF so, I'm happy to announce a webinar about parenting a child or teen who has the diagnosis of misophonia. Misophonia, meaning "hatred of sound", was proposed in 2000 as a condition in which negative emotions, thoughts, and physical reactions are triggered by [...]

The Reality of Living with Misophonia

Since I do not fully grasp the horrors of misphonia, I am quoting the following explanation I have taken from WebMD. WebMD: Misphonia   Do nails on a chalkboard make you cringe? Imagine if a sound could make you panic or fly into a rage.   This is the case with misophonia -- a strong dislike or hatred of specific [...]

Misophonia Means Living Without Diagnosis

In my blog, I have featured many articles about Dissociative Identity Disorder because it is a diagnosis I have intimate knowledge about. However, DID isn't the only diagnosis I wish to speak about here, as the stigma and heartbreaking trauma brought on by many diagnoses must be spoken of so that research can be encouraged. [...]