I recently bought this book and today realized this approach could also help with T habituation. It's about making small 'microresolutions' in your daily life in order to achieve a larger change you are looking for. For example, a goal to reduce weight is very hard to achieve for many. The task of reducing weight has a lot of smaller tasks inside it, like eat less and exercise more. Both of those have also a lot of smaller tasks inside them, like reduce excess carbon eating and walk more. The idea is to come up with very simple and concrete, achievable tasks, like in this example: - Switch potatoes in your everyday meals to vegetables - Walk one extra bus stop every morning to work You probably get the idea. Now, with T we could try to attempt the same approach. A large task / goal could be 'habituate to T', which we know is VERY hard. We can break down this goal in many many different subjective ways which have to do with health improvement in general, stress reduction, protection from noise and so on. Good exercise probably for many. But there's one element of T and microresolution approach, that is probably the most useful -> our reaction to T distress. When we hear our T and feel distress, again a high level goal / task could be 'don't feel that way'. Not very helpful, right. What if we would break this task down to smaller tasks like this: - When I hear my T and feel distress, close my eyes, breath in slowly, breath our slow and long and say to myself: "I know this is just a perception of sound in my brain, which does not try to hurt me in any way". Or something else. Maybe do 20 pushups. Everyone will be different when it comes to designing own microresolutions. Maybe we can share T microresolution ideas in this thread if people like this idea?