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Candid conversations with people who live with Misophonia. Misophonia is a disorder in which there is a strong sensitivity to certain sounds. A person with misophonia feels rage and an inability to focus on anything but that sound. It feels like a fight-or-flight response. Host Adeel Ahmad has misophonia and interviews other "misophones" from around the world. All episodes are edited to be more sensory-friendly including equalization and brown noise. If you'd like to be a guest, go to https: ...
 
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This week I'm talking to my (white) brother from another mother. Kyle is an art teacher, an artist, musician, and dad living in New Orleans. Check out our Instagram Story at @misophoniapodcast where I’ll be posting some examples. Here are links to Kyle on: Patreon Etsy Instagram Interview slots are now open for season 5! There are still some slots …
 
Pauline lives in the UK but has spent a lot of time working for news organizations in the Middle East. She just found out about misophonia a few years ago and it was a bit of a revelation, explaining some rough experiences growing up as well as coping mechanisms she instinctively came up with. We cover all that plus life with miso in the Middle Eas…
 
Claire has found ways to work with her family and significant other to help her deal with her misophonia. This episode is also special because Claire talks about her bipolar disorder and how it may or may not relate to her misophonia. A lot of us have other conditions in addition to misophonia so I hope that’s interesting to some of you. Interview …
 
Alexandra is a talented pianist getting a graduate degree in piano performance. This was interesting for many reasons especially because it must be challenging to be on stage performing at a high level when a trigger could come from anywhere. We also talk about how she finally sought out treatment after a difficult time early in quarantine and how …
 
Jono is a musician, coffee entrepreneur, comic writer, and serial room-leaver. In 2019, he released the album Life in Misophonia with his band Baggage. If you like indie rock, with some punk and shoe-gazer mixed in and great melodies you'll love this. Jono also has a small-batch coffee roaster company called Rootless Coffee. As you know I am a huge…
 
This week I speak with Christina, a fashion photographer in New York/New Jersey. We start by comparing our elevator pitches for how we explain misophonia to others. We end on speculating what misophonia is. This was recorded before the latest research paper from Dr. Kumar’s group so take everything I say with a grain of salt. Christina on Instagram…
 
This week I’m talking to David in New Jersey. David reached out to me last year with a paper he wrote for a university course called Early Recognition of Misophonia: A Case for Preemptive Approach. In it, he surveys recent literature and therapies and argues for trying to identify misophonia and provide therapy before it has impacts on a child’s so…
 
This week I have the pleasure of talking to Martha of @martharecoveringoutloud. This is a wild ride with great stories including: snapping at other kids eating, running into a street to yell at honking cab drivers, TJ Maxx (enough said), and throwing a bread basket in a restaurant with trigger sounds. And some of those are dating stories. Martha is…
 
Hazel is the Director & Chief Strategist at Tinnitus Hub and Tinnitus Talk. She also has misophonia. A number of guests who’ve come on here have mentioned tinnitus so it was great to have Hazel talk about it from her perspective as a strong tinnitus advocate. We talk about what tinnitus is, how it feels to also have misophonia on top of it, and the…
 
Jennifer just found out about the podcast after going through what she describes as a “misophonia episode” in January. It got her to seek help in many places and she is now fortunately in a much better place. We talked about the effect of the pandemic on us, a year into it. We also go back deep into her past and her experiences as a child in a pret…
 
Andrea is the founder of misomatch.com, a platform for helping misophones connect with each other, and find resources to help them deal with misophonia. But there’s a lot more to Andrea! We dig into her history of misophonia dealing family and friends, particularly this past year when she saw her usually quiet working hours at home interrupted by e…
 
Emergency pod! This is a special episode with Mercede Erfanian, one of the co-authors of the very recent paper, "The motor basis for misophonia", led by Dr. Sukhbinder Kumar. Mercede has been studying the neuroscience of misophonia for years and has many projects in the works to hopefully lead to developing more therapies. We talk all about the mos…
 
I loved this conversation with Paul because it turns out we have a lot in common, and actually through the conversation Paul asked me a lot of things so you get a peek into my experiences a little more than usual, if you care about that! We talk about parenting as a misophone, especially during a pandemic, how to explain it to your kids, how to exp…
 
Dr. Jane Gregory is a clinical psychologist and misophonia researcher at Oxford University... she also has misophonia herself! Find her on the web and social media at the links below. We go over too many things to list in this almost 90 minute episode, including therapies she uses in her practice, the misophonia research she is conducting at the De…
 
Natalie is in Austin Texas, living alone, now working alone at home like many of us. In this episode we talk a lot about her childhood and family situation growing up. Natalie is really open about all the chaotic things that went on around her, anxiety disorders that developed, untreated trauma, and how she now handles her miso as an adult. Content…
 
Jennifer recently left the city, quit her job and started homeschooling her daughter, who is also showing signs of misophonia. We talk about all that, and her husband with whom she has had many ups and downs due to misophonia. Plus of course we go back to her early days growing up and being teased, and what her family thinks of it now. Great episod…
 
This week I’m talking to Patrick, a musician currently in college studying music therapy. Patrick is one of many creative people I’ve had on the show and there are lots more coming up this season, I love having artists on. We talk today about how is mom might have miso, how his older sister would tease him about it, and his search for a therapist. …
 
In 2011, the New York Times published an article that would change the course of misophonia's history and catapult it into wider awareness. It's an article that comes up a lot in my conversations because it's often the first article that made people feel really validated. And they felt that they could share it with others and point to it as somethi…
 
This week I’m talking to Drake (not that one), who lives in Florida currently, with one of her biggest triggers her mom. She talks about her plans to start a fresh life in a new city, dealing with some trauma growing up, and many of the other experiences we share, like discovering this is a real thing, and how we try to explain it to others. Links:…
 
Sarah has a doctorate in Traditional Chinese Medicine and is the owner of Aquarius Acupuncture in downtown Manhattan. We talk about her experiences with Misophonia, especially how it has affected her social life and relationship with others, struggles with explaining it and how she thinks about it through the lens of spirituality and being a highly…
 
Dr. Rosenthal is the director of the Duke Center for Misophonia and Emotion Regulation. This is one of the leading groups studying misophonia, doing numerous research projects, providing education and also dealing with patients in a clinical setting. Dr. Rosenthal was one of the authors of the paper released last week discussing a consensus definit…
 
Today I had the great privilege to talk to Mara, a rock artist in North Carolina. We talk about trans issues, dissociation and reassociation, complex trauma, PTSD, her very complex relationship with her family, and lots of insight Mara has learned from her experiences. We also talk about her art, which you must see on her instagram, link below. Als…
 
Audrey is a marine biologist up on an island off of Washington State. Audrey just found out her condition had a name last year and immediately dove into learning as much as she could and seeking therapies. This includes going to Tom Dozier - so this is an interesting follow up to my previous episode with him. We also talk about all the usual stuff …
 
Julie is a mother, a social worker, and a misophone living in the UK. This was a really fascinating conversation where we really get into how it affects relationships, growing up, and now with partners as adults. That includes the shame and guilt we feel of being a burden on others but also feelings of being unlovable. She also speaks to her work a…
 
Julia is a professional Instagram influencer, sports product tester and much more. She travels the world constantly for her work and we’ll hear about how she handles miso doing that. She is also one of the few people I've spoken to who definitely triggers herself to the point where it causes issues. She also talks about medication and other conditi…
 
On this episode I’m talking to Keara, a senior at Macalester College right around the corner from my house in Minnesota! Keara tells us about her issues growing up with miso and being triggered at home as well as eventually by her grandparents, the therapists who thought exposure therapy would be a good idea, and now in college how it’s been living…
 
Tom Dozier is a name that is very well known in the misophonia world. He has come up on a number of previous episodes as someone that guests have gone to seeking help for their miso. Tom is a behaviorist and founder of the Misophonia Institute. This is a rare interview that dives into his background and approach to misophonia. I make no judgment or…
 
Jill is a former "Miss America" finalist and the Real Estate radio host of "Find Your Way Home with Jill”. Jill reached out a while back wanting to be on the podcast and told me about an article she had written in a local newspaper in Michigan about her misophonia. I thought this was a wonderful way of getting the word out. Local newspapers are oft…
 
Sophie is a young woman from Boston who is currently getting graduate degree in Scotland. As you’ll hear and probably recognize, she went from hiding her condition for a long time to now learning to be more open about, learning to negotiate life telling people when they need to know, and just coping with it at other times. You’ll hear lots of tips …
 
Daniella is an artist in Santa Cruz, and someone who, now in her 70s, has known she’s had misophonia going back to the 60s. It’s always interesting talking to one of our elders to get a sense of how misophonia awareness has changed over the years, and also all the coping tips picked up along the way. We talk about sounds that actually make her feel…
 
Today I'm really excited to bring you my conversation with Vivien. Some of you may be familiar with Viven . In 2019, while still in high school, she took it upon herself to produce an excellent documentary about misophonia, featuring interviews with providers of therapy and coping, as well as teenagers who have misophonia, some of whom have been in…
 
Today I'm talking to Michael, who recently graduated with a master's degree in psychology with a study on Misophonia that we talk about in this episode. Of course we also get into Michael's miso origin story, what led him to do this research, and where he'd like to see it go. Be a guest on season 4: Book here --- Web: https://misophoniapodcast.com …
 
This week I catch up with a past guest, Tim - who was the fourth person I interviewed for this show. Many of you filled out a misophonia survey by Tim for a project he's working on and we'll get a little update on that. We'll hear how it's been like at college as they start opening back up in-person, as well as some success he's been having handlin…
 
Olivia actually grew up in the US and is now living and working on a graduate degree in Germany. Her masters thesis will focus on navigating white collar offices with misophonia and envisioning solutions related to design and policy. This is very near and dear to my heart because I think more awareness in the workplace will lead to a lot more aware…
 
Today I talk to Ayla, who was at the virtual Misophonia convention and reached out to be on the show. Ayla is in high school in Montana. I get a lot of requests to hear more about the high school experience . We've had some great episodes with young people and this is yet another one with super helpful advice and tips. We talk about pets, trigger s…
 
This is a followup to last week's amazing conversation with Jane. Cleo, is Jane's daughter - she also suffers from misophonia and now we hear about life from her perspective. Here we get to listen to how Cleo has handled relationships of all kinds, friends, boyfriends, and especially family, having a parent who is a misophone and able to provide so…
 
Today I bring the first of a two-part series featuring mother and daughter, both misophones in Germany. In this episode I talk to the mother, Jane. We go through her early years of misophonia in the UK, working on both sides of the Atlantic, going through multiple marriages, raising children, who also have miso, and now her life in Germany as a scr…
 
This is a very powerful conversation with Matt, a young man who lives just outside of Chicago. Matt is just out of high school but he’s already lived through a lot of darkness and pain brought on by his misophonia, having effects on family, friends, school, work, and ultimately culminating in a hospitalization last year to treat his mental health. …
 
I talked to Jess shortly after the most recent Misophonia Convention. We talk about the positive feelings you get after meeting so many people with miso. She faced resistance from her family about her miso as she was growing up and we talk about those struggles in communicating the condition then, as well as through friendships, relationships, and …
 
Rachel came to my attention when I found an excellent short story she wrote (under the pseudonym Rebecca Campbell) called “Golden”, which revolves around a misophonia incident. We talk about that, her background with misophonia and misokinesia, her career as a children's author, growing up in a family with miso, as well as dealing with miso as a mo…
 
Clare is on a mission to find more misophones around her and spread the word. We talk about that, synesthesia, how miso has affected her family, living in a world designed for neurotypicals and of course a whole lot more. --- Web: https://misophoniapodcast.com Email: hello@misophoniapodcast.com Send me any feedback! Also, if you want some beautiful…
 
André Felipe is in Brazil, happens to be a podcast producer, and is of course suffering from misophonia. He’s also a Highly Sensitive Person, a term that has come up in some previous podcasts. We talk about that, we talk about cultural differences in Brazil and how they affect misophonia, we get really deep into how miso has scarred family relation…
 
Ashton is a television journalist based in Kentucky. You may have seen her requests for interviews since she is also a grad student working on a documentary about misophonia. We talk about all that, her family’s experiences with miso (she’s definitely not the only one in her family), and a lot more. ashton.jones@wbko.com Twitter Facebook --- Web: h…
 
Jennifer is known to many of us as Miss Misophonia through her popular and very informative Instagram. We talk about themes she is hearing in the questions and feedback she gets, her coping mechanisms and how they’ve evolved over the years, and we get to hear about the book she is writing about misophonia. Miss Misophonia: Instagram More links --- …
 
There was a young woman from Cork Who hated the scrape of a fork If anyone dared She’d throw her death glare And leave them alone with the pork -- A. Ahmad Claire is my first guest from Ireland. She has lived on both sides of The Atlantic but is now back home. This was a really fun conversation. She actually comes from a large family of misophones,…
 
Marcus is an award-winning standup comedian based in Australia. He tours the world (when there is no pandemic) with his show, which now also incorporates jokes and experiences about his misophonia. We talk about advocating for misophonia and mental health, how he copes with traveling to so many new places and not always being able to control his en…
 
Erica is a teacher, among many things, but currently her main gig is teaching gymnastics virtually from home. We talk about all the things she works on, how her partner is extremely sensitive to her misophonia, and how miso gets easier in some ways, but more difficult in other ways going from childhood into adulthood. She also gives some great advi…
 
John runs a couple of the Facebook Groups devoted to Misophonia support. You can find links to them below. He's passionate about misophonia support and advocacy. I met him a couple years ago at the first Misophonia convention I went to. In this episode we cover the online groups, the convention, mini-reviews of ear plugs and Airpods, plus his life …
 
Excited to bring you this episode with Heather, maybe better known to some of you as That Girl With 4S - @chewwithyourmouthclosed, her social media account. She’s also quite active in forums helping people make sense of their miso and the the miso of family members. She’s been doing this for years. Heather came on and actually brought, her boss Mic…
 
This week I’m talking to Melody, an artist living in Israel. I haven’t talked to enough people outside of North America or Europe so this was really cool. It’s a really interesting conversation because she talks about some unusual triggers and coping mechanisms due to her problems handling sound volume and vibrations more generally. Melody's Twitch…
 
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