The "When the Party's Over" singer said she didn’t want the disorder "to define who I was.”
Trying to stop yourself from yawning makes you want to yawn more.
He was 11. Finally sitting in the front seat with me. It had been just the two of us for 10 out of 11 of those years. I married
Don’t underestimate the toxicity of secrets.
He was 11. Finally sitting in the front seat with me. It had been just the two of us for 10 out of 11of those years. I married
The story of Darius and Harley is perhaps among the most unique.
When CNN correspondent Lauren Thierry's son was diagnosed with autism, she tackled some of her family's day-to-day issues head on by starting Independence Day Clothing. She joins us live to discuss how the line removes obstacles and protects kids.
Popular culture would have you believe that this means I involuntarily shout four letter words and other obscenities at the least socially acceptable times possible. While this may make for good slapstick, it's never been true of me, nor is it the case for the vast majority of Tourette's sufferers.
Having been a target of bullying while living in numerous shelters before the age of 16, Becca Calla didn't have the easiest
When my daughter and I finally watched Frozen, it was three days after she had been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome (TS). We walked into the theatre in a highly stressed state, in a degree of shock, but grateful to know what we were dealing with.
Since this disease is as present in my home as the snow outside our front window right now, while snowbound I decided to compose a list of what the Snowpocalypse 2.0 in Atlanta has in common with PANDAS.
Art of the Memoir: Josh Hanagarne, the World's Strongest Librarian, on Tourette Syndrome, Choosing Stories and Being Strong at the Library
"No matter what you're doing, if words aren't appearing on the page, you're not writing yet. Don't worry about people's reactions during the first draft. Just get it down."
The only way I can explain it is to tell you that I feel like you do on Christmas morning -- every single day! I can't wait to tear off the wrapping paper, untangle the glittery ribbons and open your unexpected gifts.
When I found out I was having twins, I realized I'd need all kinds of help. I read parenting books, registered for two of all the "must-haves" and selected the pink and blue layette. But the best preparation I did was building a team of "mom mentors."
Owen Thompson, playing goalkeeper last month for Ware Youth in the Hertfordshire Football Association, reportedly objected
As you move your yellow smiley face about the grey-tone dungeons, you not only have to make your way through rooms to reach
Summer is anything but easy living for us.
I believe it's what happens when we are faced with the unexpected -- and are forced to change roles -- that progress can happen.