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Olivia actually grew up in the US and is now living and working on a graduate degree in Germany. Her masters thesis will focus on navigating white collar offices with misophonia and envisioning solutions related to design and policy. This is very near and dear to my heart because I think more awareness in the workplace will lead to a lot more awareness in society. Along the way, Olivia also warns about clocks in German homes and getting an ear plug vacuumed out of her ear. You don't want to miss this. I will say there were some audio issues in this episode so apologies in advance I did my best to resolve them but if it's sometimes hard to make out what Olivia is saying you might need to wait for the transcript. You can also just email her! She has an email set up for her research at email@example.com
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