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Hatred of sound

TRIGGER WARNING: For those with a sensitivity to particular sounds.

From when I was about 5 or 6, my dad, sister and I would sit at the dining table during dinner and practice our multiplication tables.

We did this for a number of years until one day I remember I couldn’t do it anymore, and that was because I started to notice the sounds my dad would make with his mouth during dinner.

These noises didn’t just annoy me, they enraged me and it only became worse as time went on.

Speakers:
Lesley and Stephen.
Ian Ellis.
Josephine Paparo – Clinical Pyschologist at the University of Technology Sydney.
Phillip Gander – Assistant Research Scientist in the Department of Neurosurgery at the University of Iowa.

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