Journeying Through Juggling

by Joseph Donaher Stuggling and Juttering is a program that uses juggling as a metaphor for stuttering at all levels of the therapeutic process. It was developed at Temple University and is based on Woody Starkweather’s Awareness, Acceptance and Change Model...

Shame

by Marty Jezer There were no self-help or online discussion groups when I was growing up. Not until I was in my twenties did I meet and talk to an adult who stuttered. I wish that as a kid, I had had that opportunity. Looking back, I wish someone who knew what it was...

Now You Know How I Feel

by Josh Teitcher, Long Island, N.Y. Hi, my name is Joshua Teitcher and I am ten and a half years old. In my science class we were learning about Isaac Newton and his Three Laws of Motion. I had read “Notes to Listeners: What to Do and What to Know When Speaking...

When Life Throws You a Curveball

by Mitch Cepler “It is not a sin to attempt and fail. It is a sin not to make an attempt at all,” is a quote that all people who stutter should know. Whenever called upon in school to speak, I think of this quote. I have gone through the teasing and the...
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