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Postby alwaysintears » Fri Jun 06, 2014 1:04 am

Hi all,
I think I have misophonia. I don't know, I get irritated when I hear the clicking of pens or the sound of erasers rubbing against paper. I burst into tears, cry my heart out, scream my head off, and curl into a ball when my mom makes a noise. I also have grapheme-color synesthesia, sound-color synesthesia, emotion-color synesthesia, pain-color synesthesia, time units-color synesthesia, a bit of taste-color synesthesia, and a bit of smell-color synesthesia. Is misophonia a type of synesthesia? Did I develop misophonia genetically, or because of the experiences I have with my mother? (My mother terrifies me; I always, somehow, expect a torrent of insults or to be physically hurt in some way). Whenever I hear trigger sounds, usually the sounds my mother makes, I want to punch something, or run away and never come back. I usually just yell, "STOP, PLEASE! JUST STOP! MAKE IT STOP! MAKE THE SOUND STOP!" but she keeps talking or yelling and I cry, sometimes having suicidal thoughts. I've never cut myself; I believe life is precious, but sometimes, in the heat of things, I worry that I might-anything to get away from the noise my mother is making. What should I do? Is there a way to cure this?
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Re: Misophonia

Postby BiB » Sat May 30, 2015 11:28 pm

What are they? Do they exist?

I think the sound is only the signal that your mother exists, when you dont see her, so the solution is she that doesnt exist more.

Sorry for my English, Im not a native.
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