Life and Creativity of a Person living with Multiple Neurological Disorders

Category Occurrence’s

There have been moments in life that my Neurodiversity has made things difficult, made me laugh, got me in trouble and even put me in danger.
They are a major part of my journey, I hope by sharing my life’s ups and downs living with multiple neurological conditions, I can help people understand themselves a little better and other people understand us a lot more.
All stories are true and from my viewpoint.

Gordon Williams

My Neurologically Challenged Journey

Sticky Post

I was asked to write a brief narrative of my life in the context of my neurological disorders and mental health to be used as a part of an educational book. I knew I needed to fit in everything relevant… Continue Reading →

A little more than OCD? The obsessive-compulsion that almost took my eye.

When I took delivery of my new Henry vacuum cleaner and removed it from the box it was not long before the obsessions began. The suction is quite powerful and there is a button to boost the power, for some… Continue Reading →

My anxiety and obsessions when catching a train

The phone rings briefly followed by my wife shouting with excitement “your taxi’s here Gordon”. She is not coming with me she is just happy to get some respite from me and have a quiet day. Although I have packed,… Continue Reading →

Shopping with Tourette’s during a Pandemic, What could possibly go wrong?

I wake and my brain begins to load up like an old laptop. The surreal reality of the pandemic lockdown begins to take over my thoughts and feelings for yet another day. The words Covid 19 play through my head… Continue Reading →

Tics that go squeak in the night

Between ADHD, Tourette’s and Autism my day is an unpredictable rollercoaster of tics, obsessions, hyperactivity and constant changes in my focus. You would think this would wear me out, but instead it wears out my wife and by the end… Continue Reading →

Pics, tics and blood on chips. Just another day of a photographer with Tourette’s.

Joe and I both have Tourette Syndrome and have spent most of the day wandering York on a street photography trip. Our tic’s have been bouncing off each other, but among the busy street we don’t stand out too much… Continue Reading →

Social Ninja, Tourette’s in the Town

I’m in town and it’s not too busy so I may get some shopping done. “Hey!” I shout, this is my most common tic and it causes a man to turn and look. In a flash I shout “F**king d*ck!”… Continue Reading →

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