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What Life as a Synesthete Looks Like: Colourful!

Until I was around 13 years old, I didn’t know that the way I see was extraordinary. I have never questioned whether this is normal or not. Because for me there was never another way to see. I couldn’t question it because I never had a comparison. Until — I still don’t know how I came up with it — I came online to a research site on synesthesia that offered a Germany-wide test to find out how many people…

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Nicole Hilbig

Nicole Hilbig

I love learning and writing about the changes in our digital era. My topics are future of work, productivity, writing, education & personal stories.

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