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locutus24

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I probably have wasted my time on here. I don’t think i have H because i don’t experience pain in ear canal from loud or moderate sounds. I get very sensitive to static sounds from fridges, fans, vacuum cleaners, etc. I.E background noises! I generally experience rage rather than pain. At first I thought static was a distortion that was pain, but rather my ears get sensitive to these sounds probably due to childhood trauma. Maybe something with static sounds traumatized me early in childhood. I do remember getting annoyed by these noises when living with abusive step dad who made loud noises to abuse me. Have C-PTSD/BPD which has a strong correlation with misophonia! Turning up music to moderate levels or higher makes the static sound go away whereas someone with H i think would have enduring pain from increased loudness.

Sorry for wasting people’s time on here as I am a misfit. Will have to fine a misophonia forum, if one exists.
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my ears also not good with vibrations-fridges/vacuums etc.  this will vary - when what I call the compression in my ears is down, then I can tol them & all sounds better.  and hard to make out all words but also have HOH.  i'll have to read up on what u have.

never think badly of yourself.  we are all on a journey & finding out what we need to is all part of it.  love & appreciate yourself.

anyone try ginko bablia - not at all sure of the spelling.  any pros or cons?

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janeygirl

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you are never wasting your time here, sometimes in life there is more than one thing going on. misophonia is very much a part of hyperacusis and if you have a hard time tolerating certain sounds. I'm sure you would be most welcome here to continue.


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locutus24

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janeygirl,

It's a waste of time talking to you digital aliases on here. Most of you probably don't have actual "real" lives outside this internet purgatory. Me typing this message itself is dehumanizing for me. Another reason I'm not spending a lot of time on here is to not be taken down to your level of despair, but to transcend all of you people who stew in your own misery on this site. 

Misophonia might be a noise-sensitivity disorder, but what I've discovered is it's distinct from hyperacusis. The symptoms are all different except for fact that they relate to sensitivity. So YES, I'm wasting my time on here. Getting tired of reading up about people's stories as they are depressing and creating hopelessness, which vibes within all of you. 

Goodbye internet fakes! : ) 
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Steve2017

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What Jane is saying is polite and correct - misophonia & hyperacusis both do have similarities - strange that you should reply like that after you sent so many nice replies recently...
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locutus24

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Sorry everyone. Yeah they are similar.

My messages shift from positive to negative abruptly. My own fault and working on managing my mood and how I respond to people.

Sorry again everyone! 
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Such intentionally poisonous and hurtful posts have no place here. You are not in any position to judge and you have no clue who we are and what we do in our “real” lives. You might just be surprised. I suggest you take some time and think/filter your thoughts before posting them.
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locutus24...

I for one accept your apology, I can see your mood swings as you say are a problem and you are trying to sort them out, but you will have annoyed/upset a lot of people on this forum, and new people just visiting.

May I suggest in a 'positive' way, the next time you feel anger, just write the message down on your computer, then look at it 3 hours later and see if you still agree to send it over to the public. Good luck with everything, apologising is a good start to correcting things and see how we all go from here, being nice as sometimes you show brings positive energy to your body.


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