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July 3, 2016

Fluency Without Speech Tools

As I have stated in previous posts, it seems very clear that people who stutter generate speech, at least some of the time, with too much control over language planning and motor programming. This is the problem; we need to […]
July 3, 2016

Letting Go Is Essential

I’ve been talking a lot about control lately. It’s a really important subject when it comes to treating stuttering. Learning how to speak without control is really not very difficult to do. The process of speaking automatically is not complicated. […]
July 3, 2016

Covert Stuttering

The inconsistent nature of stuttering often causes people who stutter to feel confused as they wonder whether the next word, sentence or conversation will go smoothly. People who stutter covertly have an additional frustration. They feel the stuttering, work hard […]
July 3, 2016

The Fluctuations In Stuttering

An almost universal aspect of stuttering is that people who stutter don’t always stutter. There is a small number of people who do stutter more or less the same way and to the same degree whenever they talk. However, they […]