David Ritz – I was born in 1943, and five or so years later I began to stutter. Today I’m 70 and still stuttering. I expect to be stuttering till the day I die. I accept that notion. I even embrace that...Read More
MY STUTTER shares incredible stories from teens and adults around the world who stutter, inspiring young people who stutter to overcome obstacles and achieve their dreams. MY STUTTER also helps educate the world about the unimaginable fear and cruelty that often face children who stutter and unites us all through the common threads of compassion and kindness.
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