We have collected the best Syndrome Quotes by famous authors including Sasha Grey, Dash Mihok, Laura Hillenbrand, Bill Kurtis, Rose McGowan and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
I commit to most things I do in life, so I don’t really have any serious regrets. But I’ll say this: There are plenty of people that I wish I could un-meet. It’s kind of an L.A. syndrome.
I’ve have a number of violent tics. With Tourette syndrome, there’s not just compulsive actions, but compulsive thoughts as well. That used to scare my mother a lot.
I am actually in poor health due to chronic fatigue and immune dysfunction syndrome, and my ability to work is greatly diminished right now, so I have to get better before I can start another big project.
I think I’m so old I’m in. We call it the ‘Tony Bennett Syndrome.’ For some reason, young people think I’m cool.
I think I ran so hard and so fast, in a lot of ways, from my life and I kind of took a fall. It was like – what do they call it? – post-traumatic stress syndrome.
As a novelist, you have to pick your battles. You are tired. You have begun to experience the first ominous tinglings of carpal tunnel syndrome. You wake up in the middle of the night with both hands lying across your chest like a couple of plucked bird carcasses, dead of all sensation.
I have that imposter syndrome.
The more Arsenal games I see, the more it chips away at my impostor syndrome, a common plague among Arsenal fans with non-U.K. origins.
I was a loner as a child and happiest at home, launching toy rockets and aeroplanes. When I started causing trouble in my third year at grammar school, Mum was really surprised. My parents sent me to a child psychologist, who suggested I might have Asperger’s syndrome.
Maybe it’s oldest-child syndrome, but I have always been competitive, even as a kid with sports. It spills into my career.
The reason why Three Mile Island makes such a big impact is because of a Jane Fonda movie called ‘The China Syndrome.’
When I first came to do shows in Vegas, I followed the usual entertainer’s syndrome – I played craps and lost.
I have an obsession with books about kids with Asperger’s syndrome.
You have to avoid what I call the ‘smartest boy in class syndrome,’ which is, just because you know it, you don’t have to tell it. I often will go through a manuscript crossing stuff out, and say, ‘This is just too much,’ you know?
From a health standpoint, I have metabolic syndrome, I have high triglycerides, low HDL, body fat centrally located, high blood pressure. Running really helps control my weight and that problem a lot. So if I am not running three days a week, I really miss it.
With the world as it now presents itself, there is something perverse, and probably dysfunctional, about a person who stays in the same house for 40 years. What about the expanding family syndrome, the school-lottery migration, the property portfolio neurosis? Have you no imagination?
I don’t remember myself to be a forefront fighter, but when pushed to a point with a wall behind me, there is only one way forward. Later you can call it a Rambo syndrome, but I never regret it, as it comes naturally to me, and in my mind, that is the only way.
It’s important to remember that Bush Derangement Syndrome on the left – comparing him to Hitler, calling him a terrorist and a tyrant – preceded Obama Derangement Syndrome on the right.
I might have ‘couch syndrome.’ I’m always sleeping on the couch at home, even when I have a comfortable bed. I’m used to it.
I don’t know a kid who grew up in the ’90s who wasn’t obsessed with Disney, and I guess I never grew out of that phase, honestly. It’s not just Disney: it’s anything that has to do with fairytales for me. I think I just have Peter Pan Syndrome or something.
I guess I feel I’m masquerading as an adult when I don’t have the kind of friendships and routines that I thought you were supposed to have as an adult. It’s the ‘Friends’ lied to me! syndrome.
I think it’s important for people to see how much more people with Down syndrome can get out of life when given responsibilities.
There is a syndrome in sports called ‘paralysis by analysis.’
I have been very blessed in that I have been completely fine. No headaches, no depression… absolutely no signs of post-concussion syndrome.
Eventually, I developed compartment syndrome in my calf and had to get surgery. I run three to five days a week now, mixed in with walking and other things. I want to run just because I enjoy it.
Oh, my goodness, when you’re a mother and you just give birth to a child with spina bifida and – or Down’s Syndrome or cerebral palsy, there’s a bit of a shock you’re going to have to go through, a bit of an adjustment curve.
Joni Eareckson Tada
I was born with Kallmann syndrome. I have never complained about it, as I can’t do anything to change it – and I wouldn’t have acquired the voice that I have.
I think we all love to watch something we know is going to go catastrophically wrong – the old banana skin syndrome, which is particular to the British sense of humour.
I have this helicopter crash, and I fall in love with this man who was in the crash with me. I must have been suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome.
I struggled with the pressure of having the successful record after the first record. Second album syndrome. I’m living proof; it’s very real.
I have that glass-half-empty syndrome, and it takes a great deal of effort to climb out of the hole of darkness that I choose to live in mentally.
I have never had feeling in my toes. My uncle, Gen. Norman Schwarzkopf, once told me in confidence he had the same syndrome, leading me to believe it is genetic.
There is probably a promising drug candidate that has already been discovered for the treatment of Down syndrome that is sitting on the shelf of some drug company.
Primarily affecting low-information voters and members of the mainstream media, Obama Worship Syndrome attributes impossible capabilities to Obama’s political opponents, finds excuses for every Obama failure in everyone around him and praises the president as the finest politician – nay, human being – of our time.
We’ve got a thing called the ‘tall poppy syndrome’ in New Zealand, where if anyone is doing really well, it’s quite common to try and bring them down – like, cut them down and say, ‘You’ve been to the moon? So what? I mean, plenty of people have been to the moon.’
But Gulf War Syndrome is not one cause, not one illness. It is many causes, many illnesses.
There’s never been anything like the so-called Vietnam Syndrome: it’s mostly a fabrication.
I love working on ‘Glee,’ and I hope that there are more and more parts for me and other actors with Down syndrome in television and in movies so I can keep working for a long, long time.
Tip-of-the-tongue syndrome is when people almost remember something but need a computer, or someone else, to help them find it. The problem is, our brains have always been terrible at remembering details. They were like that way before the Internet came along.
I’ve got Peter Pan syndrome. It’s not that I refuse to grow up – I love building businesses; I want to be a good husband, a good father. But I don’t want to be boring. I don’t want to be normal.
My blood runs cold when I hear the ‘great news’ that we have found a marker for the Down’s syndrome gene, which means we can identify it more easily. Why is that good news? It’s only good news if you’re going to terminate.
As a therapist, I’ve worked with many high-achieving people who don’t feel worthy of their success. Whether it was a recent college graduate who had landed a high-paying job or a mature adult who had just received another promotion, all of these people suffer from impostor syndrome.
I still deal with impostor syndrome. It’s a very real thing.
It is easy to see what many people, women especially, admire about Sarah Palin. Here is a mother of five who can see the bright side of having a child with Down syndrome and still find the time and energy to govern the state of Alaska.
Lots of people with little kids or babies with Down syndrome tell me they aren’t afraid of the future for their child because of what I am doing to help people understand it better.
Children with Down Syndrome are not monsters, but uncommonly gentle human beings who can and do lead full lives.
Washington is gripped by crab-in-the-bucket syndrome. And there’s no cure in sight. Put a single crab in an uncovered bucket, and it will find a way to climb up and out on its own. Put a dozen crabs in a bucket, and 11 will fight with all their might to pull down the striver who attempts escape.
Poor Harper Seven Beckham, having to live with that name all her life. It’s the Boy Named Sue syndrome; at the very least it will toughen her up.
I have two children. I have a Down syndrome child whom I love very much, and my wife that I love.
I had a pretty rough life. I got caught up in the star syndrome. It’s not something I’m proud of, but it’s something that I’m glad is over.
I have this absurd syndrome where I get these out-of-the-blue, pathetic panic attacks. It’ll be in a very easy, simple scene when everything is going swimmingly, and then suddenly, bang, I’m shvitzing and can’t remember my lines.
I sometimes think that I might be slightly autistic. There might be a syndrome that hasn’t been named. I don’t seem to see the world in the same way that most people I know see it. They don’t seem to be baffled by it.
I’ve got Asperger’s syndrome and I’m not a very good people person, so I’ve always been more comfortable around machinery. Not in a weird way – I don’t want to marry my car or anything stupid like that!
Technically I have siblings, but they are quite a bit older than me – I was the accident – so I have the only-child syndrome going on. I’m a little more selfish, a little more independent, a little closed. I do wish I were softer. I wish I were able to form relationships better.
Psychologists even have a term for this: they talk about ‘mean world syndrome’. People who have just seen too much of the news have become more cynical, more pessimistic, more anxious, even more depressive. So, yeah, I think that is something you need to be wary of.
I suffer from imposter syndrome all the time. Even if I’m just at a party, I’m thinking people are going to find out that I’m really boring.
Everyone gets that second album syndrome.
I’m someone who’s experienced impostor syndrome – as I think a lot of people have with their careers, especially when they pursue what they’re passionate about, because they want to be good at it. I’ve experienced that as a gay man; I’ve experienced that as a cook, as a gallery director, as a student of psychology.
I have been recently diagnosed with Sjogren’s Syndrome, an autoimmune disease which is an ongoing medical condition that affects my energy level and causes fatigue and joint pain.
I’m a middle child, so I have middle-child syndrome. With a middle child, you always have to take in everything and adjust and maybe compromise a little bit so you’re able to see both sides of an issue. I’m also a Leo – I love astrology – so that affected me, just being a lion.
I heard my name associated with the Peter Pan syndrome more than once. But really, what’s so wrong with Peter Pan? Peter Pan flies. He is a metaphor for dreams and faith.
Many Republicans have what I call a ‘tax-cut syndrome’ where they have never seen a tax cut they didn’t really like and didn’t see a tax increase they didn’t hate and do everything they could to block.
Peter George Peterson
What dragged me down was not being mayor – it was insecurity, the need to be accepted by everyone, the pleasure syndrome. That’s what brought me down.
See, even despite pious statements to the contrary, much of the industrialized world has not yet come to terms with the recognition of the fallacy of what I call the strong man syndrome.
You have two years to make a record and do what you like to it; then, you have 10 minutes to do an interview that could mess it all up. It’s the Crispian Mills Syndrome.
Toxic Shock Syndrome cost me my leg, but, years later, I have since dedicated myself to raising awareness about TSS prevention. I am comfortable in my new role as an advocate against an affliction that affects thousands.
My mother is a hardcore actor’s actor. She’s not a celebrity. She really isn’t… And so her main concern was that I not fall into the auditioning-is-my-life syndrome.
I am a big self-doubter. I suffer from Impostor Syndrome. Whenever I start a new job, I think: ‘I’m going to be found out.’ I don’t have a huge ego or enormous belief in my own talent.
I’ve heard some writers say that they are obsessed with certain ideas and that they find themselves writing around the same obsession again and again, but telling different stories to get at that same idea. I’m beginning to think that I suffer from this syndrome, too.
I had a couple of moments struggling with imposter syndrome throughout my career as a player.
I was told it might be quite difficult to conceive, so it really was a great blessing when my pregnancy suddenly happened. I had been diagnosed years ago with polycystic ovarian syndrome, which can affect your fertility – but luckily, in my case, it didn’t.
I get mail from people all over the world now from people who tell me that they didn’t really understand Down syndrome, but because of me they have read about it and studied it and now they know a lot more about it.
A diagnosis of Asperger Syndrome can be useful to help a person understand why they have had difficulties.
There is abundant science out there that connects mercury exposure in vaccines to not only autism, but to ASD, to SIDS, to ADD, ADHD, language tics – which is like Tourette Syndrome – OCD, asthma, food allergies, and diabetes.
Robert Kennedy, Jr.
People know you as an actor, and labels are so comfortable for people. That syndrome is always hard to get past.
Harry Dean Stanton
As an artist I’m very aware of what I call Picasso-napkin syndrome – I’ve got this 20th century version of the midas touch, where if I do a little doodle it’s worth money!
I bounce my knees, but I do not have restless leg syndrome. I did an interview, I don’t even know who it was with, and they said I told them I have restless leg syndrome and it distracts me from my work. I do not have any syndrome.