Yaaay a rant about misophonia. For me I’ve been experiencing it since pretty early in my childhood, about second grade or so, because this guy would click his tongue and whistle and I would tell him to stop and he wouldn’t and made it worse and I got so so so mad but on the inside. And it got a bit better but some noises still bother me a lot (trigger mention) Tongue clicking, slurping(I hate that word so much) whistling, tapping, ice crunching, coughing, throat clearing, sniffling, loud breathing, ect. But a lot of people don’t understand because it elicits feelings of anxiety, discomfort, irrational anger towards the person making them. It sucks because I try not to be mean about things people can’t help but it’s hard.
I’m doing an experiment. If you have Misophonia, like and/or reblog this post. If you don’t know what that is, Misophonia is intense anxiety, being uncomfortable and angry because of certain noises. Common triggers are pens clicking, gum smacking, eating loudly, breathing loudly, sniffling, ect
So, I relapsed and cut a little. It wasn’t bad, but I’ll have to wear long sleeves for a few weeks. I feel guilty. I’m sorry, I didn’t mean it,
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