1 hr 3 min

Taylor - Harnessing Creativity and Lessons from Living with Sensitivity The Misophonia Podcast

    • Mental Health

Taylor is a project manager in California. Taylor talks about her home life and how growing up with alcoholic parents may have contributed to her misophonia. She also discuss their hypersensitivity and how it affects her relationships. She shares her experiences in school and the support she received from teachers along the way. She shares how she copes with triggers and the importance of supportive relationships. Taylor also talks about seeking professional help and her experience with hypnotherapy. She highlights her passion for music and how it serves as a creative outlet. We also end with some of the positive aspects, or lessons that can come from living with misophonia. 
    
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Order "Sounds like Misophonia" - by Dr. Jane Gregory and I

Sponsored by the personal journaling app I developed:
Basal - hellobasal.com
For iOS and Android
Writing prompts and summaries for your journal entries by AI from the perspective of a therapist.

Web: https://misophoniapodcast.com

Email: hello@misophoniapodcast.com
Send me any feedback! Also, if you want some beautiful podcast stickers shoot over your address.

YouTube channel (with caption transcriptions)

Social:
Instagram - @misophoniapodcast
Facebook - misophoniapodcast
Twitter/X - @misophoniashow

Download the official Misophonia Podcast app!
For iOS and Android
Podcast episodes, background sounds, a trigger journal, a panic button, and tons of resources on all things miso. Absolutely free!

SoQuiet - Misophonia Advocacy
https://soquiet.org
Support the show

Taylor is a project manager in California. Taylor talks about her home life and how growing up with alcoholic parents may have contributed to her misophonia. She also discuss their hypersensitivity and how it affects her relationships. She shares her experiences in school and the support she received from teachers along the way. She shares how she copes with triggers and the importance of supportive relationships. Taylor also talks about seeking professional help and her experience with hypnotherapy. She highlights her passion for music and how it serves as a creative outlet. We also end with some of the positive aspects, or lessons that can come from living with misophonia. 
    
---
Order "Sounds like Misophonia" - by Dr. Jane Gregory and I

Sponsored by the personal journaling app I developed:
Basal - hellobasal.com
For iOS and Android
Writing prompts and summaries for your journal entries by AI from the perspective of a therapist.

Web: https://misophoniapodcast.com

Email: hello@misophoniapodcast.com
Send me any feedback! Also, if you want some beautiful podcast stickers shoot over your address.

YouTube channel (with caption transcriptions)

Social:
Instagram - @misophoniapodcast
Facebook - misophoniapodcast
Twitter/X - @misophoniashow

Download the official Misophonia Podcast app!
For iOS and Android
Podcast episodes, background sounds, a trigger journal, a panic button, and tons of resources on all things miso. Absolutely free!

SoQuiet - Misophonia Advocacy
https://soquiet.org
Support the show

1 hr 3 min