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My Blog on Psychology Today

Postby WendyAron » Thu Apr 18, 2013 1:33 pm

I am writing a new blog for Psychology Today on living with misophonia. http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/sounds-awful/201304/i-dont-the-sound

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Re: My Blog on Psychology Today

Postby Daisy » Thu Apr 18, 2013 3:26 pm

Dear Wendy:
Thanks for a great blog! I replied in the comment section as follows:

Wendy, Thank you for sharing your story of this debilitating disorder. I have suffered for 50+ years with Misophonia or 4S (Selective Sound Sensitivity Syndrome). It affects every aspect of the individual's and their family's life. There has been very little research and no known cure. When the sufferer hears a sound that is usually ignored or not even heard by most people, the reaction is an adrenaline filled fight or flight response that is exhausting. It's like a horror movie. There are thousands who have found some comfort in the support forums online, where there are sufferers that have the same problems and that understand the heartache of having this disorder. Many thanks to Wendy. Regards, Anne
Please check out: index.php?sid=88e93b8e75629632d27eaf1827... or https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgr ... ia-support or http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/So ... ssages?o=1

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Re: My Blog on Psychology Today

Postby WendyAron » Fri Apr 19, 2013 3:29 am

Thanks, Daisy!

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Re: My Blog on Psychology Today

Postby georgerenys » Fri Aug 02, 2013 2:12 am

I had planned to submit articles to Technorati on occasion, but they are seeking short, newsy pieces that are not a good fit for me. This led me to look for other places to write. I found that Psychology Today has an active group of mental health bloggers on its site. I joined up and created a new blog called “Sacramento Street Psychiatry.” (The name is explained in my first post there.) This weekend I re-posted “Anti-depressants are http://www.repliacawatchessale.com/
just a crutch” to this new blog, and seem to have attracted many readers.

In the future I’ll sometime post there first, sometimes here first. I may http://www.watcheshighquality.com/ not post everything I write here to “Sacramento Street Psychiatry,” however I will cross-post everything I put there here too.

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