We’re not experts, but being married with misophonia definitely teaches you some things, fast. … More Our (not exactly scientific, but trusted) keys to marriage success
For caregivers, an exploration of what it means to practice self-care. … More Self-Care for a Caregiver
Now’s as good a time as any to begin my journey to try to love myself and practice self-care for the first time. I’ve done a little research online and have found a few good resources that seem like a good point as I begin my journey with self-care. … More Do you practice self-care?
About once a year, Kelly and I venture out into the morning cold, line our coats with non-crunchy snacks, and drive to the movie theater. For the last few years, we’ve made a special point to see The Hunger Games films around opening weekend. We hate waiting to see the movies we love, but with misophonia … More We’re going to the movies!
If you know someone with misophonia, it’s actually a really great idea to consider how they feel before you continue making trigger noises. … More Six ways to adjust now if your spouse has misophonia
My wife and I attended the third annual Misophonia Conference together. It was powerful, moving, and convicting. And I’m really mad that the rest of the world isn’t paying attention to this. … More Misophonia Conference: A Husband’s Perspective
180+ people attended the 3rd annual Misophonia Conference. We were so overwhelmed to meet others who shared in our experiences. … More 3rd Annual Misophonia Conference
Writing can be a powerful way to express yourself and cope with misophonia or other related conditions. … More When you can’t find the words to say
Today I was reading through recent posts on blogs I follow, and I came across a new poem from Vincent Mars called “Out Into the Rain.” Vincent’s poem made me think of three things: 1) you can’t always control when the pain stops; 2) pain and suffering allow us to appreciate the simplicities of life; … More Embracing the rain
My wife told me she had misophonia seven years ago. We’ve been married for the last four. … More How my wife introduced me to misophonia