I lived with a time bomb of a secret and I rarely told anyone what was happening to me, afraid they would think I was strange.
Therapists explain how the well-meaning phrase can make some situations worse and share what to do instead.
Plus expert tips on how to manage each of them.
You're more in control than you think.
From traveling to high expectations.
Sherrie Lawson, 43, Denver. Washington Navy Yard, Sept. 16, 2013. Sherrie Lawson was in a meeting with colleagues when she
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There are ways to keep it from derailing your day.
The condition doesn't just cause emotional issues, but physical ones as well.
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“It was so awkward that I wanted to kill myself.” “Yeah no totally. She’s psycho.” “That party was so packed. I was gonna
Stay positive. Somewhere out there is someone like me when I first came here. He needs your help, he needs a friend, a best
“I’ll keep doing it until I run out of batteries,” a deputy allegedly told the teen.
When I first discovered what ‘Misophonia’ is, I had an entirely different story to tell. I was relieved there was a name