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Eating Yourself More Tolerant

By: Shaylynn Nothing will solve our triggers for good. At least, not yet. However, food can be an important tool when you’re trying to live a more harmonized life, and a great way to feel better overall. 547 more words

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It's Up To Us!

By: Jennifer

The National Institute of Mental Health is operating on the same budget it had in 1987, and our greatest academic researchers are leaving our finest universities and research institutions. 346 more words

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When Misophonia Takes Over The Classroom

By: Shaylynn Hayes

Misophonia has influenced my life in a lot of ways. The worst way has been its impact on my educational life. Last year I missed around a month (accumulative) out of a four month term. 546 more words

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Self-Harm as a Coping Mechanism

By: Shaylynn Hayes

As I was dozing off to sleep last night I stared at the scars on my arm. In the dim moonlight I saw memories engraved into my flesh. 449 more words

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Wikipedia and The Cause: Why Does It Matter?

Author: Shaylynn H.

Lately you may have seen a lot of controversy over the Wikipedia page for Misophonia. I may be close to the cause, but the Wikipedia page has been the last thing on my mind. 638 more words

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