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My two children are around your age - a little older. Not so many tics anymore. Occasionally.
It sounds as if you've been having a really difficult time with some of your tics lately. What type of doctor are you seeing if you don't mind my asking? Do you think that dealing with the anxiety and depression has been a sort of trigger in bringing about this flurry of tics?
I don't know how long you've been having the eye tics that are affecting your ability to drive, but hopefully those tics will wane soon.
There are a few adults who come here to post from time to time. Hopefully they'll see your message and be able to offer some of their thoughts.
Have you met any other adults who have TS at all? Sometimes that can be really helpful.
There's actually some really good information on the TSA-USA website for adults living with TS.
LIVING WITH TS: ADULT ISSUES
Getting a Job and Keeping It
by Mitzi Waltz
Edited to add: When your eye tics are more settled, and if you like to read...
there's a really good book by Amy Wilensky called "Passing for Normal: A Memoir of Compulsion".