By this point in our relationship, dear reader, I think it’s safe to say you know I’m a superfan of the TV show Survivor.
Talking to others in both the medical community and the stuttering community, stuttering and how to interact with patients who stutter are rarely discussed.
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I'm going to share with you a half dozen or so ideas. If you embrace any one of them, your life will improve.
Fiona the Fearless Fox shares a message of courage, confidence, and most importantly, fearlessness.
National Stuttering Awareness Week is an opportunity to spotlight the condition that affects more than 70 million people worldwide.
I’m a strong believer in having goals, no matter how big or small they are. I think goals help us grow to become the best version of ourselves.
It is important to have an understanding of the parents experience so that they can receive the best support to improve their quality of life, as well as prepare them to provide a positive environment for their child.
What’s a piece of advice you would give to your younger self? It’s a popular question I get whenever I talk to speech-language-pathology students.
I never thought as a person who stutters I would voluntarily take multiple improv classes and perform in front of groups of strangers.