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A Day in the Life of Tourette Syndrome Paperback – October 10, 2012
"Rebound" by Kwame Alexander
Don't miss best-selling author Kwame Alexander's "Rebound," a new companion novel to his Newbery Award-winner, "The Crossover,"" illustrated with striking graphic novel panels. Pre-order today
About the Author
Born in the suburbs of Chicago, Troye Evers began experiencing tics around the age of ten. His Tourette syndrome was not diagnosed until he was eighteen. He suffered through an adolescence made up of daily teasing, bullying, and inappropriate educational placements in school. After years of attempting to hide his condition and suppress his tics, he became open about his diagnosis in his thirties. He penned a screenplay about his experiences that went on to win third place in the All Access Screen Writing competition. Two years later, he found himself voted onto the board of the Tourette Syndrome Association of New York City.
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Just wish this book was around some 30 years ago.
Help me find out how to treat effectively with bio-feedback, diet, and meditation until they mainstream "Deep Brain Surgery". Find out how DBS worked and how it corrected the electrical neuronal misfirings going on. Study potential lazar surgery procedure so not as treacherous as first DBS for first Tourettes case in 2001, that effectively halted those misfirings and created new neuroplasticity connections!
i read the text message and it says that my friend's dad's best friend died. my friend 'cant stop crying' even though she 'didnt know him at all' but it is still 'so sad'. people want things to cry over.
my finger doesnt hurt at all. i probably didnt need to take the asprin.