ASMR community veterans launch Tingletastic website

Looking to help spread the awareness of ASMR and display your love for ASMR on a t-shirt, hoodie, wall print, or other item?

Evy Whispers (Evy Van Droogenbroeck) and Whisperhub (Sue Dorrens) have launched the new website Tingletastic.com to help ASMR enthusiasts display their love on some Tingletastic swag.

Evy and Sue are long time ASMR enthusiasts, ASMR video artists, and contributors to the ASMR Community.  I previously wrote a blog article about Sue in 2016 highlighting her founding of the Whisperhub website in 2011 and the creation of the I Love ASMR Facebook page in 2014.  Evy and Sue have worked together previously on the ASMR Island community website.

The seed for Tingletastic was born from their own deep enthusiasm and appreciation for ASMR and how it helped them with insomnia (for Sue), as well as, with depression and anxiety (for Evy).

So what ASMR goodies and resources can you find at Tingletastic.com?

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Meet Sue Dorrens, the founder of the ‘I Love ASMR’ Facebook page and the author of an upcoming book about ASMR

ASMR Autonomous Sensory Meridian Response UniversitySue Dorrens is currently living in Edinburgh, UK and has a Bachelor’s Degree in Physical Education from Heriot Watt University, Edinburgh, UK.

She worked as a Physical Education teacher for 14 years but now spends her time on other endeavors including several past, present, and future ASMR resources.

At present, she is very active with posting about the latest ASMR news, events, and related stories on her I Love ASMR Facebook page.  She has also created an ASMR video website and is currently working on an upcoming book about ASMR.

In my interview with Sue she shares how ASMR has helped her, her creation of what might be the first ASMR video website, her observations about changing trends in ASMR, the focus of her upcoming ASMR book, and more.

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