NASHVILLE, Tenn.- During what could be a trying and stressful time for his family, one mid-state man is sharing his newest journey to overcome a disorder with the world.
He was diagnosed with Tourette syndrome, OCD and ADHD all before the age of 10. Now Ryan Rado, 33, is looking at ways to make the life with his wife easier. He says she is extremely patient with him, but he says he feels they have reached a low point as they search for hope.
"It was the first time I'd ever heard her say that she's almost out of patience. It's just hard to hear due to something I can't control you know," said Ryan.
Ryan's wife of nearly four years, Christina, says she is along for the fight with Ryan. But recently Ryan has stopped taking his medication and will start using new technology involving music to help with his disorders.
He has decided to document the entire journey and share it with the world through his blog. He hopes his fight for a better life can translate and inspire anyone watching who is fighting for their own sense of acceptance.
Tuesday, June 18 2013 8:33 PM EDT2013-06-19 00:33:57 GMT
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