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June 29, 2016

Stuttering Isn’t a Mystery – Laying One Myth to Rest

Only 1 week to go before the 10th ISA World Congress for People who Stutter that is going to be held in the Netherlands. It’s going to be the largest International stuttering event of the year! At least that is what I […]
June 29, 2016

Stuttering – An Action, Not an Attribute

Attribute – a quality or feature regarded as a characteristic or inherent part of someone or something, a material object recognized as symbolic of a person. I have heard people in the stuttering community refer to stuttering as an attribute. […]
June 29, 2016

Speech Production and Managing Emotions

The ISAD online Conference is in full swing now. There are many interesting papers to read there. I hope all of you will log in and read those that papers interest you. This year I am on the “Ask the expert” panel. […]
June 29, 2016

8 Things That People Who Stutter Wish Everyone Knew About Stuttering (But Most People Don’t)

It’s not nerves. Everyone can stutter a bit when nervous, but people who have a real stuttering problem also stutter during calm conversations. The effort to get words out makes the speaker feel anxiety and the staccato nature of speech sometimes gives […]