Tourette: That's What Makes Me Tic

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WestBow Press, Dec 21, 2010 - Biography & Autobiography - 144 pages
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This story of my life-long battle to endure living with Tourette Syndrome has three aims: I hope to encourage fellow sufferers not to give up as they struggle with this disease that makes others despise us. I want to help others to understand us and perhaps even accept us, in spite of our unacceptable speech and behavior. Most of all I want to glorify God, Who is in control of everything, and Who loves us in spite of our tics.
 

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This is one of Virginias daughters Susie and I must say thay Vic has captured the essence of my mother quite well!I know he loved her very much and I thank him for that.I also love his life story and all the things he went through are terrible but he still turned out to be a great man and is still being strong and I admire him.Hes definitley been through alot of pain and turmoil but has gotten through it..i know how hard life can be sometimes and im proud of him! 

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This is a real story about a fantastic person who "beat the odds". He is a great musician and continues to play in bands at 77 years of age. One can not help but wonder how did he survive with his background. A real challenge to those with Tourette Syndrome.

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