Succeded! I ignored a translator.

Since I hadn’t blog at that time, messaging once again.

“Hi Leonore,

I’m back from a two days business trip/workshop.

The theme was “Investors Aftercare”, the consultant was from Barcelona. His English was good and he looked like a nice guy. After his presentation we ended up talking about some problems in that field and then laughing. Nice experience.

When any of the workshops is held, they bring a translator. It takes a lots of effort to listen the same things two times, but the main problem is actually that tone of any translator’s voice. grrr… the same, non interested in the subject, without any emotion present, monotonous tone…

I’m writing this because something great happened, this translator was talking with a pleasant tone, I was able to ignore him completely!

I was so happy and I was thinking of you

Actually, I was so happy that I gave him a compliment about how pleasant voice he has. I saw on his face that he wasn’t sure what I was telling him, but I didn’t mind, I loved him

And I had a perfect sounds free sleep at the hotel room.

I just had to share this with you!”

She replied:

“That’s fantastic! These little victories are such a relief, aren’t they? Every time someone would say, ‘Oh just ignore it”, I would want to scream because no one knew how hard it was. But even though it’s hard, it IS possible sometimes. Not always, but once we can ignore something once, it helps us gain confidence that we can do it again.”

Keep in mind that she is the only person I know so far that understand this misophonia stuff. That’s way I wrote to her.

I’m copying these messages for those who will maybe stumble upon on this blog and find that there are two real person with similar experiences as they have.

For those of you who doesn’t understand but somehow you’ve read this I can’t think of anything smart to tell you. :)

It’s hard to understand and I’m not expecting you to make any effort to try. Maybe you can think of this as if you found out something new? I know…freakish people…

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I love photography and learning about it. I'll try and fail that's for sure, but sometimes, I hope, I'll do good. As for the Misophonia part of the blog, I'll write honestly about my experiences and feelings, trying to help myself and others who feel the same way as I do and maybe to raise some awareness about this condition. All written here is just and only my opinion.

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