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. Borrelli’s passage from a young girl to a woman, who can now foresee a brighter future, is chronicled in this inspiring, uplifting book.