Dont Think about Monkeys: Extraordinary Stories Written by People with Tourette Syndrome

  • Title: Dont Think about Monkeys: Extraordinary Stories Written by People with Tourette Syndrome
  • Author: Adam Ward Seligman
  • ISBN: 9781878267337
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Dont Think about Monkeys Extraordinary Stories Written by People with Tourette Syndrome Don t Think About Monkeys is 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
    Don t Think About Monkeys is 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 comedyDon t Think About Monkeys is 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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    1. I got this book because I wanted to read David R. Aldridge's essay "Rhythm Man." Aldridge is a drummer who has channeled his Tourettic energy into music. The essay did not let me down. The others are not always written well, and are sometimes in need of editing, but these are the honest voices of individuals with Tourette syndrome discussing their experiences. As a whole, the book helped me to gain a more in depth understanding of the disorder in a very human way.See this beautiful excerpt:"Tour [...]

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    2. I've found most books about Tourette Syndrome, and the reason I've avoided reading any till now, concentrate on children. My boyfriend has Tourette Syndrome and I wanted to know more about the experiences of adults with Tourette's. This book does that mostly. There are some fascinating stories and amazing descriptions of compulsive behavior and the feeling of holding in tics but there are some juvenile stories which really didn't grab me and a few stories that seem to lack any editing at all, co [...]

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    3. This book is very useful to anyone who has dealings with a person with Tourette Syndrome, however it suffered badly from a lack of editing.

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    4. Horrible and uninteresting. The idea was right though. It sounded like it would be really good.

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    5. A fantastic collection of insights into the disorder, dispelling the myth that it's only children who have it

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