Not alone

Sometimes I feel like I am the only one with TS. It popped up when I was 15, and it has gotten worse since. It isn’t so bad now, but I know it puts a strain on my family. It sucks that   my family is so afraid of me, that I might do something to harm them, like hitting and choking and biting. But it’s not like I do it on purpose. It upsets me that I can’t be normal, but I know now that I am not the only one with this and I am not alone. Thank you to all of the people in my life that have supported me and that have been there for me.




  1. Laura is right. No one is ever truly alone. Reach out to people. You’ll be surprised how many are receptive. And if they’re not … it’s their problem as lousy people, not yours.

  2. Dear Sydney,

    You’re right, you’re not alone ❤

    Wether you’re in the US, in the Netherlands (like me) of anywere else in the world, we all have moments that we feel like this. But always remember: you are not alone! :)


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