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Me, My Grandmother, and Our Stutter

I tell her I’m surprised that no one else had ever brought up her stutter to her before. She’s surprised that I’m surprised.

Aug 18, 2022
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I Donated My Stuttering Brain to Science

As much as I hated being told that my stutter was “all in my head,” I liked being reminded that it was localized in my brain.

Nov 17, 2021
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How Vlogging Is Empowering a New Generation of Stutterers

They ground me, authorizing me to keep talking like I do.

Jul 8, 2021
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Confessions of a Covert Stutterer

I’d become so successfully covert that the idea that I stuttered sounded more like an unfounded opinion than an incontestable truth.

Apr 15, 2021
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My Stutter Scared Me—Until I Found My Community

After each meeting I felt lighter, looser, having spent two hours listening only to disfluent speech—to voices that sounded like mine.

Mar 1, 2021