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This is a good article I found when doing a little research

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This is a good article I found when doing a little research on my own symptoms. Retraining and sound therapy are the treatments listed. Has anyone had any experience with this? I have found that retreating to my back yard to watch the birds, deer, groundhogs etc. are a great way to calm me. I’ve even started to take to a little amateur photography.

http://www.ptsduk.org/hyperacusis-and-ptsd/

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Aug 7

One thing i find calming is to sit on my deck in the early morning, close my eyes, and listen to all the bird sounds. I guess it's a kind of meditation. I also have deer coming through my yard and the occasional bear i just love it, so peaceful. One young doe comes and we talk. I tell her how pretty she is and that she can eat the leaves on my rasppberry bushes but i would like her to leave me some berries. She makes little noises back. It is very sweet. I wish i related to people that well. Thiis morning i went to water my garden and discovered my little friend had eaten my hibiscus. That was not part of the deal. However, i have the neighbour from hell and i saw her eating his roses so she is still in my good books.

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Aug 8

@Sharlea
That sounds like my life. Garden and animals. Bliss!

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Aug 8

P.S. if only I could get a paycheck for minimal gardening and animal feeding/watching...

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