Don't Think about Monkeys: Extraordinary Stories by People with Tourette Syndrome

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Adam Ward Seligman, John S. Hilkevich
Hope Press, 1992 - Health & Fitness - 206 pages
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A remarkable collection of stories written by fourteen people who live with Tourette syndrome. Ranging from three teenagers learning to come to grips with teasing to adults encountering discrimination, the collection represents the incredible diversity of a disorder as diverse as life itself. The drama of living with a disability and the comedy of a Tourette syndrome conference show the range of a book the Oliver Sacks called A fascinatingly varied book.
 

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Contents

Doing it Differently Mitchell Vitiello
9
Subway People Frank Brancaccio
29
In Walked Maura Maura Woodruff
57
A Better Person Matt Foulkrod
73
Purpose Wayne Martin
87
The Family Tourette Richard Stickann
101
Cycles of Misery Marilyn Johnson
121
Min Egen Lille Verden
157
Rhythm Man David R Aldridge
173
Life
183
Afterthoughts John S Hilkevich
195
Other Hope Press Books
201
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