32. Aversion to noise-making (including during sex, crying, laughing, or other body functions); verbal hypervigilance (careful monitoring of one’s words); quiet-voiced, especially when needing to be heard.
I don’t really think that I have this issue. Which is amazing because I have had something to write about every other number on the list so far.
When I was a child I had an aversion to making noise because I had to try to be invisible. When other adults or older siblings were present I was able to act more like a child. I was careful what I said and how loud because I had to have a large amount of control for the same reason; being seen or heard meant being abused.