Re: Driving with TS
Last semester I had a motor tic while driving that forced me off the road and into a bush. I manage my tics more with medication now so that its at a point where I can control them or simply redirect the motor tic into one of my hands which isn't gripping the wheel. Usually I drive with one hand on the wheel and one hand on the gear stick, so that when I have to tic, I can simply release my hand on the gear stick and redirect all tics to my hand.
TS and Chorn's disease, two diseases triggered by stress. Why am I going into special education one of the most stressful professions out there?