In I Am Myself, Thersea Borrelli recounts her journey from a diagnosis of Tourette Syndrome in childhood, to a state of acceptance. At first, Theresa developed an attitude that was defensive, and critical of the doctors who treated her. Slowly, as a young adult, she began to assimilate, acknowledge and reconcile her disorder, for which there is no cure.Though about Tourette Syndrome, I Am Myself offers the reader a universal experience, relatable to the challenges that all of us face at one time or another. This is a memoir that will change your perspective on confronting and overcoming obstacles, prejudices, and struggles. Ms. Borrellias passage from a young girl to a woman, who can now foresee a brighter future, is chronicled in this inspiring, uplifting book.Being on the verge of repeating the fourth grade at this strict Catholic school due to poor grades and behavioral issues, my parents placed me in a ... My one bit of redemption was that I became an instant basketball star once I reached the sixth grade. ... I would practice and practice but just couldna#39;t grasp the logic. I am still fascinated by math and often try to teach myself the basics, including algebra.
|Title||:||I Am Myself|
|Publisher||:||Strategic Book Publishing - 2013-01-04|