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I researched ways to lessen my pain. I switched to a paleo diet, heavy in leafy greens and lean proteins and light in processed carbs. I stopped necking Oreo milkshakes and started sculling kale smoothies. Do not fully enclose the run, which reduces ventilation. Instead, use the tarp or plastic sheeting on one or two sides of the run to help block the prevailing winds. Attach a couple of perches, as high as possible in the run, for chickens to roost and see the world around them.
In Factory Girls you learn that “dehumanization” is a pretty universal fear of migrant factory workers, but mostly because they are so much more acutely aware of humanity, and the vast spectrum of possibilities it can hold, than most people one encounters these days. It’s hard to explain why, but this renders Chang’s barely connected collage of scenes bizarrely gripping in a way that usually requires an elaborate plot. As she explains in the introduction, her subjects don’t have much in common beyond a kind of self possession that reminded me of Sun Danyong: “They understood the drama of their own lives and knew why I wanted to write about them.” Their ambition is familiar in a way that reminds you of reality show teenagers, but their priorities keep changing with the world.
5. Practice Momentum Thinking. When you are feeling down, you are down and it is your Thinking that the real cause of your feeling. It appears that selective attention may be impaired in people with the condition, particularly when exposed to their trigger sounds. So if every time someone is close to their worst sounds, and their attention becomes fixated on it, the only options may be fight or flight.A study of misophonics found that 29 per cent became verbally aggressive when hearing their trigger noise, with a further 17 per cent directing their aggression towards objects. A small but significant proportion of the sample (14 per cent) reported that they had been physically aggressive towards others on hearing their trigger sound.Misophonics have also reported that the condition has had such a negative effect on their lives that they have avoided social situations, relationships have broken down, and some have even thought about taking their own life.Unfortunately, our understanding of the condition is in its infancy and so are treatments, although some evidence suggests that cognitive behavioural therapy may help.