- Taschenbuch: 210 Seiten
- Verlag: Judith Krauthamer (23. Juni 2013)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 098950350X
- ISBN-13: 978-0989503501
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 1,2 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 572.741 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Judith T. Krauthamer is a writer, scientist, and researcher. She holds an undergraduate degree in psychology, a master’s degree in science from Texas A&M University and a graduate certificate in transformative leadership and social change from the Maryland University of Integrated Health. She is published widely in numerous scientific journals and has a compendium of poetry, Brush Fires and Porcelain Roses.
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In addition to the diverse supporting examples as told by other sufferers, Krauthamer delves into the science of the condition; but explains it in such a way that it is understandable by the layperson (like myself) as well. As frustrating as misophonia is to experience, it's exciting to know that the author is helping to promote more awareness about the condition. I've already given a copy to my parents and plan to buy additional copies to give to my employer, key doctors with whom I sought help but who knew nothing about the condition, and other people in my life to help them understand what I'm going through!
Kudos Judith, and thanks for publishing such a helpful book!
The facts and the human stories were written in a manner that everyone understands, whether or not you have any knowledge of this subject matter. Whether or not you are a researcher, scientist, clinician or layman.
Straightforward, informative, engaging and factual are all words I would use to describe this book. The authenticity with which the story is told is evident. I would recommend this book again and again. Kudos!
It is a developmental neurological sensory disorder, separate from history of trauma or PTSD. That being said, trauma such as acquired brain injury can definitely make misophonia more difficult to deal with.
While reading this book, I was getting rather disheartened when getting to the end of the book and seeing no help on how to deal with it.
Those suggestions are in the last few pages and many of us who have been living with this for decades are already using some of these methods. For people who are just becoming aware of having this condition, these suggestions will be very useful. Especially what you can do to stop it getting worse. Which it will...
Counsellors, doctors and shrinks tho are usually stuck on the idea that misophonia is caused by childhood trauma and want to investigate those issues futhur, which can help one deal with that stuff, but doesn't help the sound rage.
Please, please, please read this book, and talk about it; just knowing what the condition is helps tremendously with how it affects you.
My life could have been so different if I knew ....
It is clearly a neurological disorder (not a hearing condition) and must be understood and treated as such if it will ever be cured. Ms. Krauthamer has done a
wonderful job of making this complex condition more understandable. Great insights into how the brain works and how this condition most likely operates. Many
more studies will be needed to completely understand Misophonia and the author does an admirable job, after a year of research, of making this more understandable.
I hope she writes a follow-up as more information becomes available. My hat is off to Judith T. Krauthamer for her interesting and readable primer into Misophonia.