SLP Corner: 7 Ways to Feel More Comfortable Talking About Stuttering to Others
Editor’s Note: This article was written by a student for students. It would be a great one to share with your kiddos who stutter.
[Source: American Institute for Stuttering]
Hi my name is MaKenna and I am 12 years old. Telling people about my stuttering was probably the hardest thing for me. Over the summer, I went to the AIS Teen Intensive Week, and we had to do some pretty challenging things that helped me overcome my fear of telling people about my stuttering.
One of the main reasons I signed up for the intensive was because I felt really insecure about my stuttering. I didn’t like it, I didn’t think it was ok, and I wouldn’t include myself in things because I was nervous I was going to stutter. I was really nervous about what other kids would say about my stuttering.
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