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MY STUTTER Blog

Welcome to the MY STUTTER Blog

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.

So say what you want to say. Click the Share Your Story link at the bottom of this page to submit your story!

Opinions expressed or shared in blog comments are solely those of the individuals submitting stories and comments, and do not necessarily represent the views of SAY.

The Compass of My Life

April 28, 2014

My Stutter has been the compass of my life. It has determined how I navigate situations, conversations and opportunities.

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Silence Came with a Heavy Cost

April 28, 2014

Rebecca Klein –  I always thought my stutter would be gone by now. While growing up, I never quite worried about the way I spoke because as painful as it was at times, I found salvation in thinking it would...

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My Stutter…Made Me Wrong

April 28, 2014

When I was younger, much younger and in grade school, various adults would ask me what I wanted to be when I grew up.

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I Embrace and Accept My Stutter

April 28, 2014

Danny Litwack –  Hello. My name is Danny Litwack and I am a person who stutters. I believe every person who stutters has their own unique story and different feelings about stuttering. I hope that all people...

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 Just like you, your story is unique, and we want you to share your story on MY STUTTER. So say what you want to say, whether it’s the written word, a song, a video, a photograph, a quote or a poem. The choice is yours.

Just like you, your story is unique, and we want you to share your story on MY STUTTER. So say what you want to say, whether it’s the written word, a song, a video, a photograph, a quote or a poem. The choice is yours.

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