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Guest blogger: “I swear it isn’t true”

EDITOR’S NOTE: This post was shared by Tourettes Action on its Facebook page. It originally comes from the blog of guest blogger Adrian. For nearly three years I’ve written a blog about running and mental health, and in particularly the… Continue Reading

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I used to be such a good blogger …

… but a full-time job with kids home at summer has put a serious damper on my style. I mean, kids need attention every day. EVERY DAY. Can you even believe it? To answer the last blog’s question of “Would… Continue Reading

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SynapTic Adventure: Tourettes and Beyond!

Hello friends! I am VERY happy and excited to join your blogging community! I will be writng and sharing stories from my SynapTic Adventure Blog, as well as interviews of people around the world who have come forth to inspire… Continue Reading

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Time for a blog hop

I bring this long fast to an end to talk about something dear to my heart. No, not tics! Writing! Not only did I just finish a second rewrite of my book where it’s actually being considered by some pretty… Continue Reading

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Pink Elephant

The following blog entry is a guest post from Troye Evers. One tic, two tic, three tic, four tic, That’s the way my life is. In a majority of articles, books and helpful pamphlets, you always find someones story that… Continue Reading

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Help us raise TS awareness by supporting NJ Walks for TS at Princeton

The following post is from our daughter, Tess, who wrote this today on the Teens4TS blog. Thank you for reading this, for supporting her, for supporting the New Jersey Center for Tourette Syndrome & Associated Disorders (NJCTS) and for supporting… Continue Reading

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Are you ticked off by negative comments?

My last post about my tic resolutions (what I can change, what I can’t, and having wisdom to know the difference) generated quite a bit of buzz here. While many people 100 percent got my point of view, I got… Continue Reading

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Changing lives with “The Space Between You And Me”

The Space Between You And Me is a powerful art installation that moves people who experience it. It’s a captivating exhibit, managing to express what it’s like to have Tourette Syndrome through footage of interviews with youth with TS and… Continue Reading

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Abusive ignorance

My daughter has been a source of inspiration to both my husband and I, although I can’t say the same for her 13-year-old brother. At the ripe old age of 5 years old, we knew she was suffering from some… Continue Reading

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Tic with joy

One of my resolutions this year is to write more, both at this blog to support other moms and for my career. With that in mind, I reached out to my local papers with a pitch I had. They both… Continue Reading