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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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Marcelo is a composer of avant-garde music who now lives in Germany. We talk about his origin story against the backdrop of turmoil in his home country of Chile, and in his own home. Being triggered, sometimes on purpose, by his own mother, being punished for his condition in Catholic school. And we spend a lot of time ruminating on expressing miso…
 
Chelsea is a licensed marriage and family therapist who provides traditional, and faith-based counseling to individuals and couples through her private practice, Grace Christian Counseling. Chelsea has misophonia, which of course comes up in her practice. This was a really lovely and wide-ranging conversation, often going in directions that rarely …
 
Robert reached out via email earlier this year desperate to tell others his experience growing up with miso, being triggered by a specific sound from one family member, and the intense repercussions of it. Robert shares my interest in the ramifications of misophonia on relationships and psychology. He was basically ostracized from his family from a…
 
This is an interview I’ve been really looking forward to sharing. It’s one that really hit me hard as we were talking, and for several weeks since. Jennifer has been reflecting on the effect misophonia has had on her own life and her relationships with others going back decades to when she was a little girl who was best friends with her parents. Th…
 
Like my previous guest, Annie is also a student of neuroscience who entered the field to make an impact on misophonia, inspired by her own experiences. And her experiences have been unrelenting, but I was constantly struck by her resilience. It seems every time her life and misophonia took a small step forward, something quickly puts her two steps …
 
Grace is a college student majoring in neuroscience, hoping to make an impact on misophonia. We talk about childhood trauma, dealing with high school and getting accommodations, the evolution of her parents understanding of her miso, and the many dimensions of guilt and shame about our reactions and the way they affect those around us. --- Support …
 
This week I’m talking to Courtney from Baltimore. She talks about being a new mom and not being triggered by her child, but wondering what the future holds. We talk about various forms of mimicry or humming over sounds as coping methods. And of course we delve into her past, growing up going to Catholic schools and her penchant for being clean and …
 
Hello Season 6! Samantha is a therapist based on LA, who now focuses on misophonia. She doesn’t actually have miso, but her husband does, and so do both of her kids. So she has had to learn quickly and she basically lives with miso 24/7 in her personal life and professional life. We get to hear all about the miso origin stories of her family member…
 
Season 5 Finale! Starting next week I’ll the kicking off season 6 with fresh new conversations. This was a special interview though that I’m specifically releasing for the finale because I got to catch up with an old friend and co-worker. Colin was actually a mentor of mine almost exactly 13 years ago when I started a new job in a new career. I was…
 
This was one of the most memorable interviews from the last batch I recorded late last year. Annie has been through a lot, and has thought really deeply about miso and their comorbid conditions ranging from complex PTSD, bipolar, and substance abuse. We talk about all that and how they overlap and don’t overlap, we talk about a fascinating topic of…
 
Today I talk to Tania, who is a translator based in Helsinki, Finland, but grew up in Barcelona. This is the first time Tania has talked to anyone else who has misophonia. She was not in a sympathetic home and is mocked and shamed to this day by her parents. We talk about those experiences, life in different countries, living with her partner now, …
 
Gabe is a student of classical guitar up in northern Washington State. Our conversation touched on the effect of music on his life within and outside of misophonia, how difficult it is to communicate such a ridiculous sounding condition to others, including family, how it has affected relationships with others, and the power of our misophonia commu…
 
Allison lives in Tacoma Washington and works for as a biologist for a science agency there. Allison has misophonia and a number of her family members also have it, some in denial, but it’s all over her family. We talk about the dynamics there, what family events are like, what it was like growing up before any of them knew this was a thing, and the…
 
Leanne put her money where her mouth is and bought a large 6 acre property in rural North Carolina where she could be away from her misophonia triggers. We talk about all her challenges that finally led her to buy some isolation, we talk a lot about the challenges she has had at work as a nurse. She has had to deal with a surprising amount of pushb…
 
Assal works in engineering at Uber in Seattle but has an unusual background. She is the first person I’ve interviewed who has been detained in another country due to geopolitical tensions when she was stuck in Iran for a few years. She was actually born there and grew up in the Middle East, and we talk about life with misophonia in that part of the…
 
Chloé runs the @misophoniamemes Instagram account you know and love. This is a rare opportunity to hear her story, her coping tips, her thoughts on the misophonia community and the advice she shares with people. @misophoniamemes is not her main deal, not by a mile, she is quite a multi-talented individual acting, singing, hosting her own podcasts. …
 
Soledad lives out near Milan, Italy. She is an instructor of Kundalini yoga and we talk about how that affects her misophonia reactions. She actually uses it to help people in Italy cope with misophonia. We talk about a lot more than that though. Soledad has some really wise and thoughtful things to say about how it feels, how others make us feel, …
 
Joannie hails from southern Minnesota. She’s in her mid-fifties and wanted to come on in part to talk about the role she thinks hormones have played throughout her life in relation to her misophonia. We go back to her normal, happy childhood, and find out how misophonia developed, how she dealt with being a single mother with misophonia and how it …
 
Nathan is 19 and lives in Columbia. He's taking a break after high school and focusing on art and design. We talk about his experiences with misophonia in Columbia, fried food, and his plans for the future. Nathan also triggers himself a lot so that is an interesting aspect that comes up occasionally in episodes. I have links to all of Nathan’s acc…
 
Today I talk to Jessica who is a senior in college and we talk about living on campus, being in class and all her coping tips. She just found out about miso a few years ago and we talk about how she brought it up with her parents (who were her first triggers). Support the podcast on Patreon! Download the official Misophonia Podcast app! For iOS and…
 
Excited to finally bring out this conversation I had a few months ago with Jeffrey Scott Gould. You may already know the name if you’ve seen his documentary Quiet Please… The film did a lot to raise awareness for misophonia and help people with misophonia understand what they’re feeling and most importantly that they’re not alone. In this conversat…
 
Michelle works in medical sales and had a pretty typical onset story, though moved around a lot being in a military family. We talk about those early years, what it’s like working in her current role visiting a lot of clients, plus her go-to earplugs, and how she deals with home life living with her boyfriend and her teenage son. Support the podcas…
 
Mary doesn’t have misophonia herself, but she is the mother of someone with misophonia. She has become extremely passionate about the cause of misophonia awareness, to the point where she is working on a powerful book about it. Sophie is Mary's 87 years old mother-in-law, and has misophonia. So we get her perspective on misophonia going back obviou…
 
Ben is a screenwriter in Los Angeles. We talk about his very normal childhood, nothing particularly traumatic of note when his miso started. We talk about spreading the word about misophonia and how he writes misophonia into everything he works on. We talk about having other conditions like ADD and anxiety, and you’ll hear his big earplug recommend…
 
This week I bring my conversation with Liz, yet another Canadian living up in Toronto. We walk about being a misanthrope, someone who doesn’t necessarily like a lot of humans, we talk about post partum depression, other comorbidities, raising a lively son during a pandemic, as well as dialectical behavior therapy. Links: Dialectical behavior therap…
 
This week I’m talking to Elektra, a clothing designer and mother, recently moved to LA, although at the time of this interview she was living in Philadelphia. She talks about being a child of divorced parents, with one of them being particularly dismissive of her misophonia, putting off having her own child for a while due to misophonia, working on…
 
It’s the annual family episode! Last year around this time I had two episodes back to back of a mother and a daughter who both have misophonia. I decided to continue the family theme every year around the holidays and I am happy to bring this incredible episode featuring the Denburg family. It started as an interview with Alexandra, but then her pa…
 
This is a conversation I’ve been thinking about lot since I recorded it. Nick lives with his wife and family, and works as a software developer, but his sound and sensory sensitivities have led to some really intense reactions and situations. There’s a lot here that’s unlike anything you've probably heard about misophonia but there’s a lot to relat…
 
Sadie is a model, actress and student, and introvert based in NYC. Really interesting to hear her coping tips from working in places that are much more subjective and collaborative than your typical cubicle job or work from home job. Follow Sadie on Instagram Support the podcast on Patreon! Download the official Misophonia Podcast app! For iOS and …
 
Bryan is in software consulting and is a dad with a family in Colorado. This was a special conversation for me, all my interviews are special because we all have this thing in common, but this was kind of crazy because our life situations are even more similar. We really get into some of my favorite topics like, the distance that builds up between …
 
Julia is a senior in high school and as we spoke back when this 2021 school year began, it was interesting getting her thoughts on the past 18 months. Julia is also very into advocacy for Misophonia and runs the misophonoiamindfulness Instagram account. We talk about art therapy and her hopes to pursue neuroscience after she graduates. It’s really …
 
It's the second anniversary of this podcast! Few people have had as big of an impact on Misophonia awareness as Dr. Jennifer Brout. She is a psychologist and misophonia sufferer, and parent of a misophonia sufferer, who has been pushing very hard for misophonia awareness and research since the 90s. She co-founded the Duke Misophonia Research center…
 
This week it’s back to a UK episode, with Rachael. We talk a lot about family, friends and relationships, and work, common themes, as well as traumatic experiences growing up, which honestly is also a common theme in my conversations. And of course we talk about shifting situations with work before COVID, during COVID and post-COVID. Support via Pa…
 
This week I have Michael, from down in New Zealand, where he lives in a place with I think about 7 other people. This one’s really interesting because though Michael definitely deals with misophonia regularly with all the usual tools, he also tries to consciously not run away immediately from the trigger. Sort of like facing it head on as much as p…
 
This week I have another conversation with a Canadian. Tia is a single mother of two boys. She has misophonia, and one of her sons has it too. Between Tia’s own misophonia, PTSD and the brother who sometimes triggering the other boy on purpose, it can be quite a lively scene at home. We get into how Tia deal’s with her misophonia, how it informs ho…
 
This week I talk to Brittany in Canada. Brittany didn’t schedule this interview - it was actually her partner after they discovered the podcast and found they could really identify with the stories shared here. We talk about misophonia in relationships, at work, and just how good it is to hear stories of other people. Download the official Misophon…
 
Jim is a self-published author in California. I’ve got tons of links to Jim’s work and other things we mention below in the show notes. Jim went the self-publishing route after some interesting office experiences. We talk about all that plus his misophonic saga with family throughout his life. Like many others this is the first time he’s really tal…
 
Welcome to an exciting season 5! Mary-Rachel is a casting director and producer in LA who had a miso-related breakdown following an MRI a few months ago. This conversation is a hilarious rollercoaster talking about miso and much more... growing up with miso in a well-known British family, being a single parent, life in LA, explaining it to parents,…
 
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…
 
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