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A Memoir of Tourette's, Faith, Strength, and the Power of Family
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An all time favorite and a new appreciation of the challenges of a medical condition. Also very honest and funny!
Join the discussion on Oct. 17, 2014. The story of how a Mormon kid with Tourette's syndrome found salvation in books and weight-lifting.
I finished this book cover to cover in a rare night of binge reading. You don't have to work in a library to enjoy this new author's turn of phrase or his personal reflections on life, parenting, faith, and struggle for control of ones destiny. -Kris
Traces the public librarian author's inspiring story as a Mormon youth with Tourette's Syndrome who after a sequence of radical and ineffective treatments overcame nightmarish tics through education, military service, and strength training.
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This non-fiction book is amazing! Hanagame explains what it is like to have Tourette's, and describes his journey of learning to live and control it, while exploring his faith, as well as his place in this world. I learned so much! His humor, and how he uses it to describe painful experiences, is inspiring
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