kismywahiliass replied to your post: …how did I not know misophonia was a thing that’s…
What is the recommended therapy for this disorder?
“There is “no known effective treatment,” Dr. Moller said. Patients often go from doctor to doctor, searching in vain for help.
Dr. Johnson’s interest was piqued when she saw her first case in 1997. “This is not voluntary,” she said. “Usually they cry a lot because they’ve been told they can control this if they want to. This is not their fault. They didn’t ask for it and they didn’t make it up.” And as adults, they “don’t outgrow it,” she said. “They structure their lives around it.””
I always thought it’d be an OCD thing. I’ve never gotten therapy for it because I didn’t think anything would help, so I’m not surprised.