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Your articles on life with a stammer

Stories, articles, opinions, poems, art and more from people who stammer. Read about their stammering experiences.

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Harry talks candidly about the depression and extreme feelings he experienced around his stammer.
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Stand-up comedian Aidan Greene tells us about his two shows at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and recounts an awkward moment when an audience member reacted badly to his material.
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When Chris woke up unable to speak, doctors didn't diagnose it as a stammer. Read about his quest for answers.
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Last week, a singer-songwriter who stammered wowed the judges on America's Got Talent and went viral. But US-based speech & language pathologist Courtney took issue with the clip and wrote a blog post to explain why.
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Our STAMMAFest Global event next month will be Bhupinder's first time at a stammering conference. Although feeling nervous about attending, here she tells us why she decided to book a ticket.
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It's been a year since Heather first sought support for her daughter's stammer. Here, she reflects on how things have been since then.
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Hospital radio presenter Rob tells us about making a video to encourage others who stammer. 
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Paul tells us how the togetherness he felt whilst attending a stammering conference in the USA inspired him.
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While researching into speech impairments in colonial India, for his PhD, Thomas realised how much speech and language therapy in the past was tied to empire and racism. Here he tells us more.
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Read Tim's powerful poem about learning to accept his stammer.
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James, our regular Your Voice contributor from the US, describes those all too familiar times when it's hard to express yourself the way you want to.
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Being offered a teaching job was the last thing Judith expected, having spent her schooldays afraid to speak in class. Here, she talks us through her career and explains how useful feedback helped her to deliver a funeral speech.
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