Yes. Although I can tolerate them, up to a point, somewhere like in some stores; I find them horrible in a home or office setting. They're like one, big, solid, block of either white or yellow-ish light; and somehow, to me, it feels like there's kind of major "electrical conflict" that must go on between my brain and the fluorescent lighting. Some of it, I don't mind. For example, a single one near a washer/dryer doesn't bother me. It's the whole-room lighting that sucks the energy out of me.
If I get rid of fluorescent lighting and instead have either softer lighting or else natural light, it feels to me as if my actual physical energy is creeping back in.
Well, as far as I know, fluorescent lighting as been linked to some actual physical effects (and not good ones, by any means), so it seems about right to me that it would bother me the way it does. I've also read that people with blue/light-colored eyes may be more sensitive to fluorescent lights, so I guess that could be a factor (although my kids, who have dark eyes, have indicated that fluorescent lights can bother them too).
Basically, I find most whole-room fluorescent lighting to feel like torture. :/ In stores, maybe having the lights farther away from one's eyes/head helps. I don't know. The lights in my supermarket or local WalMart (etc.) don't bother me. (Of course, WalMart, itself, bothers me in its own, WalMart-y, way; so maybe I just don't notice the lights there. (LOL) )