A Father's Advice

As parents, we want the best for our children. We hope and pray that things will go well for them in all areas of their life.

Say Your Name

There are times when phone technology is a blessing because of better service and quality. But the one thing that technology hasn't improved is making phone automated prompts accessible to everyone.

An Open Letter to Eye Contact

Growing up, my parents instilled in me that eye contact was a sign of respect I should give every person I talk to and to every person talking to me.

Me and My Stutter

I stood in front of a mirror in the girls' bathroom at school staring at myself, wishing that my mouth and lips would form words correctly, instead of tripping over them.

The Importance of Finding The Stuttering Community

I'm a person who stutters and for most of my life I thought that meant living life in isolation. I thought no one else understood what it was like when words emerged distorted from my mouth, some with extra syllables and others with elongated vowels.

A Love Letter to my Stutter

My stutter is something that has been a part of my life since I can remember. It’s brought a lot of embarrassment and social anxiety surrounding it. However, it’s also brought a lot of individuality and compassion to my life.

Stuttering: The Gift that Keeps on Giving

I have never thought of stuttering as a gift, but maybe it is.

How Accepting My Stutter Made Me More Genuine

“I want you to stand out. I want all of you, to be as different as you can possibly be, in all the best ways.”

An Open Letter to Speech Therapy

Going back to speech therapy was one of the best things I’ve ever done

To The Kids Who Picked on Me Because I Stutter

Growing up, I was fortunate enough to go to school with a group of kids who rarely picked on me because I stuttered. I know other people who stutter who were not as fortunate.