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Sorry that it took me a while to reply. I must have missed this email somehow. I don’t really feel like anything has changed that much yet, but it’s hard to tell. I tend to go through waves of normalcy and depression that last a couple weeks at a time, and before and during the week that I was doing the therapies with you, it was definitely more of a depression period. The past week or so I’ve been feeling better though, so I’m not sure if I’m actually getting better, or if it’s just another temporary wave of being kind of ok and then I’ll go back to being depressed and unmotivated in another month or so. I don’t think that anything has become less irritating but again, I can’t really tell because I spend all my time in my room. I still haven’t felt comfortable not being in my room when my family is home and seeing my little brother in the kitchen when I walked through the front door yesterday was still really irritating even though he wasn’t doing anything. The only thing I can think of that’s improved a little bit is not being as irritated by everything my mom does. Usually, anything from her moving her hand, to tapping her foot, or even blinking would make me really uncomfortable but I haven’t noticed it as much in the past week or so. It might just be because I’ve been in a better mood lately so I’m not sure. The regular anxiety apart from misophonia is the same. It hasn’t been much of a problem since 8th or 9th grade, but I still have panic attacks every once in a while that occur kind of spontaneously as far as I can tell. I don’t think I have any questions right now because nothing is really different, but if I think of something I’ll let you know. If you can think of anything else you’ve done that’s helped at all, let me know though cause I’d love to hear it.
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