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Do you know know what Tourette Syndrome is?

By Twitchy . Created on 18 Nov, 2020
Tourette Syndrome is a condition that 45 000 Australians live with... That is 1.5% of the Australian population... but do you know what it is?
Lifestyle 79 votes | 4 Comments
That swearing condition

That swearing condition

A neurological condition involving movements and noises.

A neurological condition involving movements and noises.

An excuse for bad behaviour

An excuse for bad behaviour

I have no idea

I have no idea

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Richard said a week ago
Mrs. Yeah GGBG Great show. Travis McMahon is currently starring in "RAMS" the latest Michael Caton/Sam Neill movie in Cinemas now. Worth a look. Travis is good too.
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
Mrs said a week ago
Wondered where he had gotten to. Always been a supporting actor, but gets into good shows with the well knowns.
Richard said a week ago
Yes Marcus Graham ( great Aussie actor) was in a series in the 90's (?) and his mate had the condition. That's all I know.
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
Mrs said a week ago
I remember that one. The show was "Good Guys Bad Guys" the mate was played by Travis McMahon
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
Twitchy said a week ago
I actually didn't know that!!!
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
Mrs said a week ago
Being a bit of a genetics/biology nut I am reasonably aware. Sorry for the difficult side of your life. But be proud of the individual you are.
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
braunhi said a week ago
Thanks for your message and well said Mrs. Take care and have a great day. B.
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
braunhi said a week ago
Yes I do and it is a neurological disorder which is not pleasant to have. Funnily enough on a serious subject, I watched on Netflix last night the show Marvellous Brooklyn and Ed Norton played the part brilliantly with this syndrome.
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
Twitchy said a week ago
That's awesome... I live with Tourette Syndrome and it really can be annoying at times. Particularly since many people struggle to understand that it is more than just swearing. I haven't had a chance to see Motherless Brooklyn yet... but I would like to
A neurological condition involving movements and noises.
braunhi said a week ago
Of course that should be Motherless Brooklyn. So sorry!!!!