From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia:
Misophonia, literally “hatred of sound”, is believed to be a neurological disorder characterized by negative experiences (anger, flight, hatred, disgust) triggered by specific sounds.
This Blog chronicles our adventures with my youngest son who suffers from this disorder.
Monday, September 16, 2013
Post to Parent Support Group - 9/16
got off the phone with my husband who called to report a possible
breakthrough of sorts. My son is usually tense and telling his Dad to
"Hurry!" " Go Faster!" on the ride to school. Today, along with his
trombone & backpack, he had to bring some giant sponges to class for
part of a project. He held the sponges in his hands and may have been
squeezing them slightly.
Apparently the sponges made all the
difference. He was relaxed and able to have a conversation with his Dad.
My husband will buy a few more sponges for the car to see if this works