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A weekly podcast of Tourette Syndrome convos with people who know it best. Your host is Ben, diagnosed as a kid, still rolling with it.

Nov 8, 2019

We're back from Los Angeles with lots of thoughts about Motherless Brooklyn, the new film from Ed Norton (based on the Jonathan Lethem book), who plays the central character, Lionel, a private detective who has Tourette Syndrome. Is it just another narrow take on TS? Or something more dynamic and human? Hear from Ed...


Oct 31, 2019

We've got Mr. Move & Speak! Marco is the pioneer of the #7DaysofTourettes hashtag and a talented artist (photography, music) with so many great stories (like the one about the neurologist who knew Marco had Tourette Syndrome a full decade before Marco himself did) and compelling ways of explaining what he's learned that...


Oct 25, 2019

A guest who keeps it all positive this week. Twenty-two-year-old Amanda is on track for a career in veterinary medicine, not giving TS any greater ultimate role in her life than as a companion who needn't get (too much) in the way. But she hasn't always been open to talking about her Tourette diagnosis, and like many...


Oct 18, 2019

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Mike Miller is a professional musician who's had to recover from, of all things, 40 percent hearing loss while figuring out what the heck to do with his Tourette Syndrome. That would be enough of an interesting...


Oct 11, 2019

Myles R. Walker is, in his own words, a "Tourette's Advocate from the hood," and he's one of the most energetic advocates for TS we've had on this show, ever. It goes to experience, his having lent to a needed style of motivation yanked from tough situations. For instance, he recalls delicate times openly ticking...