How Tourette's Syndrome Impacts My Life | Minutes With | UNILAD

17.01.2021
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In this episode of "Minutes With" we sat down with Anita, a 30 year old woman who has Tourette's Syndrome.
Anita talks about how she struggled for years to get diagnosed and the impact on her mental health. She also takes us through how she found fame on Twitch where she now has over 1 million followers.
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    • I think she's the same one with tourettes from the sideman video. She's so nice

      Kevin JohnKevin John12 päivää sitten
    • fiworld.info/goon/oX6725DGlomHl6c/videot.html

      Love DopLove Dop18 päivää sitten
    • that ha-pop sound is purrre gold. sellll selll sellll !!!! kudos @LadBible PAY HER FOR GD LCK!

      • the white rabbit •• the white rabbit •18 päivää sitten
    • *12 minutes with shy, submissive self conscious cabbie with PTSD* | *LADbible* . So it all started with Anita hailing a ride in my cab.. few years back. . She said... do not slam the brakes if you hear me blurt 'cats'.. because that's merely a Tourette's thingy. . We are cruising fine for 10 minutes.. and i hear CATS!!!! i do not take much notice as i remember Anita's heads up. . But Anita tells ..stop the effin' car.. you just ran over a family of kittens and their mum🐺. . so yeah.. that is the story of my PTSD. I went through the trsuma, the pain... but i do not hold it agsinst Anita anymore!

      sailaabsailaab22 päivää sitten
    • I wonder if Anita is aware the psilocybin the psycho active compound found in hallucinogenic mushrooms has been found in doing what one might call a system reset. Paul Stamets, a leading authority in the world of mycology suffered from a bad stuttering problem and discovered after a trip on mushrooms as a late teen that it had almost performed a system reset, and from there on out Paul barely stuttered again......

      Jamie LabbeJamie Labbe24 päivää sitten
  • Her whistle is so pure

    Patrick McDermottPatrick McDermott2 tuntia sitten
  • I would LOVE to hear you go "pop" during love making. Just as you don't mind me going "hee haw" right back ;P

    Kenneth KlineKenneth Kline2 tuntia sitten
  • Yo what was that random close up

    Teeps SenjuTeeps Senju2 tuntia sitten
  • I'm relieved to have found this. I have watched a ton of her YT vids. I think one of the last ones I seen was her talking about her stalker. Even though sub'd to her channel I hadn't seen new content (Thx YT). I was concerned that she went into recluse mode because of this (or worse). Good to know it is just YT, being YT!

    Whereis TheSerenityWhereis TheSerenity3 tuntia sitten
  • omg sweet anita yes

    First name Last nameFirst name Last name4 tuntia sitten
  • I am in love with this girl.

    Chris MChris M6 tuntia sitten
  • Who downvotes this? WTF?

    Nicholas LuersNicholas Luers7 tuntia sitten
  • I love her TikToks so much. Follow @sweet_anita_official

    Jordan Miranda-JonesJordan Miranda-Jones7 tuntia sitten
  • She just happens to "tic" right when she mentions tics. This is sheer theatre.

    Yngve BalmsteenYngve Balmsteen7 tuntia sitten
  • I doubt know... Could be a lie

    Anthony 911Anthony 9119 tuntia sitten
  • Honestly, her "pop" is just adorable :D amazing interview, hope more people stop to watch it.

    Lucas GasparinoLucas Gasparino9 tuntia sitten
  • She is more confident than most people! She seems like a very great person!

    Thomas MasonThomas Mason10 tuntia sitten
  • dang yall simps

    Malachi RichardsMalachi Richards11 tuntia sitten
  • LMFAO

    Jack HererJack Herer11 tuntia sitten
  • She punched a dude in the dick, and he stayed with her for 5 years. Not sure who the hero of this story is, but it's a great story!

    tnepertneper13 tuntia sitten
  • I have Tourette's and got diagnosed when I was 10. I now turn 30 this year and having this diagnose has had an huge impact on my life. It's been hard, it's been cruel. I lost all my friends I had and I was really popular before it started to notice on me. I closed myself down and didn't wanna go to school and my grades just went down the drain. I didn't wanna talk to anyone and just played video games my whole youth without any friends (except those online) and super depressed. When I started to get more mature and older I got tired of doing nothing about it and hiding myself from the world. So I started to learn how to control it and it is now a lot better, I don't have any tics when I hang out with my friends or when I'm at work, just a few small ones here and there which I hide pretty good, when I'm home alone and when I'm around family they show much more but I try everyday to fight it and reduce them. It is very tiring to have this constant struggle with yourself but it is possible to learn how to control it in certain situations or at least change your tics to less visible and less more annoying tics. Tourette's is a horrible diagnose and can really destroy a human being but there are ways to help you but it's not gonna be easy. There is a lot more diagnoses out there and many people struggle with their lives everyday because of them. So please be kind, understanding and helpful towards other humans that you may know or not know have mental disabilities and for those having these issues don't give up, don't give in, fight hard and things will get better with time and effort.

    SpotspottSpotspott15 tuntia sitten
  • Context matters. The most important thing to learn. And fuck Jonah Hill for saying back in the day that it doesn't matter.

    Rok HamlerRok Hamler15 tuntia sitten
  • BONK

    TheKingOfDaleTheKingOfDale15 tuntia sitten
  • *Sweet Anita* 💞💞💞

    Diamond DogDiamond Dog15 tuntia sitten
  • She's so strong, honestly I wouldn't be able to be so open about it. I don't see how people think it's humorous to ridicule her...only cretins.

    Jay TurnerJay Turner16 tuntia sitten
  • How can someone hate her ?

    Sir ConnorSir Connor17 tuntia sitten
    • noone hates her ppl hate her simp fans

      Malachi RichardsMalachi Richards11 tuntia sitten
  • She such a love :3 ❤️

    Haziq LatifHaziq Latif18 tuntia sitten
  • but she's hot

    Ed O'NeillEd O'Neill18 tuntia sitten
  • I have ADHD, so i know how it feels to feel awkward, and i don't think her Tourettes is to be a problem to others. Where is the Tolerance people? :)

    Daniel EngsvängDaniel Engsväng19 tuntia sitten
  • Anita is one of the sweetest people on the planet

    Izzy MartinsIzzy Martins22 tuntia sitten
  • isnt that sweet anita?

    Shirsho DGShirsho DG22 tuntia sitten
  • Surely, if someone has those same kinds of tics consistently, in the middle of sentences, and is clearly distressed by them; SURELY a medical professional would know that there was more to it than just "attention seeking"? I'm not saying I don't believe she wasn't helped, I'm just in awe at how unprofessional the doctors she went to were.

    JokerCroweJokerCrowe23 tuntia sitten
  • Thanks for sharing! all BREATH BREATHIN MASK LICKERS!! your mask WON'T STOP A FART!!!!!!!!!!! the VAC-CINE=VEXING IS the VI-RUS!!!!!!!! the MARK OF THE beast AND a ONE WAY TICKET TO HELL!!!! it's a TRICK!! DON'T get ""STUCK"" ON--------->STUPID!!

    Jon JonJon JonPäivä sitten
  • Interviewer: is there anything you want to say that we haven't covered? Anita: f*k off

    John DoeJohn DoePäivä sitten
  • Absolutely fascinating

    Alex GolovchenkoAlex GolovchenkoPäivä sitten
  • I'm sure TS is very inconvenient at times, but I personally love this woman and think she's wonderful.

    GuppyPalGuppyPalPäivä sitten
  • Your ticks make you, .......you. This is your purpose.

    Roger LindseyRoger LindseyPäivä sitten
  • I think her tics are cool!

    humdrummerhumdrummerPäivä sitten
  • 10:00 I, too, have the "N word tic". ...very unfortunate.

    Towards The SunsetTowards The SunsetPäivä sitten
  • Anita you're precious

    kokosaysnonokokosaysnonoPäivä sitten
  • Gosh, is it only me that her voice makes me goosebump? (

    Piotr KusPiotr KusPäivä sitten
  • She has cake

    Trystan GrantTrystan GrantPäivä sitten
  • Just watched her on FIworld she's pretty cool, pretty damn cute too.

    Richard craniumRichard craniumPäivä sitten
  • I just don't get why no doctors suspected tourettes

    TheRangerTheRangerPäivä sitten
  • powerful story. i love the way she tells it. it's great to have the chance to know about these kinds of realities. i also loved her voice and accent.

    Juan Avilés MarchantJuan Avilés MarchantPäivä sitten
  • This video can work as an example of a well-spoken and intelligent person who knows what they are talking about. She does an incredible job at properly educating people (not just telling people what to do) I’m surprised she’s not a teacher.

    Yoon CheonsaYoon CheonsaPäivä sitten
  • I wonder if any organization helping or representing people with Tourette’s are looking for a spokesperson, because Anita would be a perfect candidate.

    Yoon CheonsaYoon CheonsaPäivä sitten
  • You are gorgeous I don't care what sounds you make

    michael personmichael personPäivä sitten
  • Thicc

    YOO PARKYOO PARKPäivä sitten
  • I'm in love with this woman.

    ben carcben carcPäivä sitten
  • Sweet Anita is such an amazing and beautiful person. I'm glad she has gotten past everything she had went through

    Harriet PotterHarriet PotterPäivä sitten
  • I checked my notifications when she started whistling I though it was twitter

    Samples LmaoSamples LmaoPäivä sitten
  • This formidable woman has withstood an immense amount of pain and still carries a lot in her heart.

    Red SolRed SolPäivä sitten
    • She is pretty great, it's true. So smart, so kind, so brave, so funny, so gorgeous.

      asym52asym526 tuntia sitten
  • This girl is lovely and her ticks are so charming. I found myself watching her clips for almost 30 minutes xD

    Diogo SoaresDiogo SoaresPäivä sitten
  • This was a very good interview. My best friend had Tourette's. I called him boogie brother. When I first met him he wore a coat in the summer. I asked him why and he said because he was fat. I told him more people will look at you with a coat on in the summer than if you are fat. I finally got him to get rid of his coat. We would be in stores and he would whistle at girls. He never swore but would say things like man she is hot....etc. I never let the tourette's get in the way of us being friends. He would do things with his hand and mouth and blow on his hand and twitch. I know at one point he was on Meds but it really didn't help and he hated it. As we both grew older I noticed less of his ticking. Maybe I was just use to it but really it seem to lesson. He ended up getting by pass surgery for his weight, he lost a lot of weight and then began to gain it again but it was not as bad. He ended up getting a girl friend and we began to see less of each other. I was married this whole time and missed his friendship and then all of a sudden we heard he died. We still really do not know what happened but heard it was related to his by pass surgery. I found Anita on Twitch and instantly was very curious about her. She is very intelligent and that is why I enjoy seeing her. I wish I could interact with her. She seems awesome like my friend.

    SoulcommanderSoulcommanderPäivä sitten
  • Awareness +10

    Mashed Potatoes!!Mashed Potatoes!!Päivä sitten
  • She's a proud and happy women that will go far. 10/10

    pauljtwupauljtwuPäivä sitten
  • She’s not only drop dead gorgeous, but is very intelligent and articulate. I don’t find her ticks weird but contagiously cute. Anyone else feels the same way?

    ervin chuaervin chuaPäivä sitten
  • Uh she has Tourette's? I didn't even notice..

    Richard MustRichard Must2 päivää sitten
  • Wow . I know it's not something she likes very much but her whistles and stuff are the best I've ever heard . Also she's awesome .

    Uncle JezzUncle Jezz2 päivää sitten
  • why does it seem to me that she looks a bit like aubrey plaza?

    anas benanas ben2 päivää sitten
  • Damn this is wholesome and sad at the same time. I am truly happy for her success.

    Girth BrooksGirth Brooks2 päivää sitten
  • That bird seems perfect to me.

    Douglas DobbsDouglas Dobbs2 päivää sitten
  • A lot of professionals are a joke. I was told there was nothing wrong with me by many "professionals" until I was diagnosed with Autism and OCD but by then I'd already failed school.

    6Twisted6Twisted2 päivää sitten
  • Very informantiv - but it also feels like you don't need that information to love this person

    GeorgeGeorge2 päivää sitten
  • Her chest is soooo buuufffeed. +10 to everything

    mejkimejki2 päivää sitten
  • She is beautiful.

    BeefheartLynchBeefheartLynch2 päivää sitten
  • swear she was on sidemen

    conter fifaconter fifa2 päivää sitten
  • These tics are side effects to her perfect siri voice

    JowiJowi2 päivää sitten
  • She is the lara croft of touretts ❤ may help you and let you enjoy your life 🙏

    Ibr4he5mIbr4he5m2 päivää sitten
  • She is so sweet

    Mikkel MouritzenMikkel Mouritzen2 päivää sitten
  • What a wonderful, interesting, honest, confident magnificent human being. I'm bowled over by the humour, tenacity and experience of this woman. Great video, allowing her to speak openly.

    scott Murrayscott Murray2 päivää sitten
  • Sweet Anita

    AuccasionialAuccasionial2 päivää sitten
  • maybe if anita is serious the syndrome rarely accurs?

    GercyGercy2 päivää sitten
  • You have to be one of bravest, smartest, and most sensitively intelligent people I have ever seen speaking seriously on FIworld. Thank you for educating the masses about living your life with a medical condition. So very happy to see you are content. Best Wishes.

    ljstock77ljstock772 päivää sitten
  • I wants her to make a stastistical analysis of the individual Tourette behaviours. Make a whistle channel, pop channel, aha channel, make an impulse every time it occurs, blur then with a Gaussian blur and then take the resulting numbers and correlate with discussed matter, current emotion and stuff. Maybe it will turn out individual behaviours have a particular meaning!

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • Interesting how the Tourette goes up when she talks about emotionally painful things. So maybe she could use it as a sort of extra channel, an additional emotional dimension which other don't have? Someone should program something that would detect all her whistles pops and hahas and count them and show a number like what is the current strength.

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • I feel contempt towards those who beaten her unconscious.

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • Could you please pop and whistle more and also say those words which are censored by the authoritarian Google company who owns FIworld?

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • So sweet

    Loris RaffiniLoris Raffini2 päivää sitten
  • I feel anger and disgust towards those who falsely accused her of attention seeking.

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • My smatphone has Tourette. Making these sounds all the time. Popping whistling dinging.

    Charlie AngkorCharlie Angkor2 päivää sitten
  • everyone whistlenin till there a real cat

    memucraftmemucraft2 päivää sitten
  • God she is so cute 😊

    That GuyThat Guy2 päivää sitten
  • Your a legend you mastered your life well done

    Mike BrownMike Brown2 päivää sitten
  • I had Tourette's once. I swore I'd never get it again.

    Peter WalkerPeter Walker2 päivää sitten
  • So that whisle that I hear when I get notifications on my phone, came from her?

    N ON O2 päivää sitten
  • Probably Anita is so beautiful HOLY GRAIL...

    AffenriemenAffenriemen2 päivää sitten
  • So helpful to see this. We can all easily understand this person and would accommodate her Tourette's without a second thought. What about people who are more marginally affected by apparent behavioural issues? Why do we condemn them so easily? She exposes our hypocrisy.

    BANKO007BANKO0073 päivää sitten
  • She does have magical powers

    That GuyThat Guy3 päivää sitten
  • Oh hell no I thought there was a Samsung in my house

    SamgedSamged3 päivää sitten
  • She is beautiful

    J NonyaJ Nonya3 päivää sitten
  • I love you

    MystereoMystereo3 päivää sitten
  • ANITA!!!

    Anthony EdwardsAnthony Edwards3 päivää sitten
  • Proof that men aren't shallow.

    D M CD M C3 päivää sitten
  • Her whistle is better than Twitter's

    David UlrichDavid Ulrich3 päivää sitten
  • All the simp and heartfelt comments aside - she talks like a trained spokesperson. Like, her speech is very clear and inflections are on point. Listening to her talk is really pleasing.

    NightieNightie3 päivää sitten
  • She is so pretty and seems so intelligent :O

    Martin NielsenMartin Nielsen3 päivää sitten
  • A Carlsberg moment in my life... Probably THE most beautiful girl I have ever seen in my time on this Planet... Wow just wow!

    Ynot HumpYnot Hump3 päivää sitten
  • Loving Anita's channel for years ❤️ Hope she soldiers on!

    Nox.INk# Records ❶Nox.INk# Records ❶3 päivää sitten
  • Great sound effects!! this girl is actually pretty cool.

    Mack JSMMack JSM3 päivää sitten
  • She from sidemen tinder😂

    NV-ProductionsNV-Productions3 päivää sitten
  • The best way one could describe the tics that come with Tourette's is that when the tics come on, they are not involuntary. It's like a very strong urge which feels almost like it'll drive you crazy if you don't go through with expressing the tic, and it can take any form. It can be suppressed but takes real willpower. I know this much because someone I am close to has Tourette's Syndrome.

    marshall devine, jr.marshall devine, jr.3 päivää sitten
  • thanks for being a human being... your tics are just another aspect of the diversity of being human and I love you for being more than a "basic" person

    Andy McgregorAndy Mcgregor3 päivää sitten
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