If we apply this window of tolerance framework to misophonia we can better understand how to cope with triggers by expanding our window.
A candid chat with Miss Misophonia and her mom about what it’s like raising a kid with misophonia, things they wish they had known, tips for coping with misophonia, and more.
One of the key aspects of establishing the diagnosis of misophonia includes ruling out other hearing disorders, including tinnitus, hyperacusis, and auditory hallucination.
Unfortunately, when you have with misophonia, living with or even near other people can be incredibly hard. Luckily, some very smart humans have come up with some clever, easy, and affordable sound-proofing ideas and I’m going to break them down below.
If you Google “Misophonia” you may come across a small number of articles, generally describing misophonia as the “hatred of sound” – and while this is the literal translation of the word “misophonia”, it belies the true struggles of the disorder. The term itself was only coined in 2000 and it was only recently recognizedContinue reading “The Dangers of Misdiagnosing Misophonia”