• Lori Melnitsky

Should we accept stuttering or seek help?

Recently I was in a chat room of parents who stutter. I was shocked and dismayed at people giving advice without any evidence behind it. As someone who stuttered severely I had to leave.  People are so quick to knock others and not offer positivity and hope. Negativity is pointless and unacceptable. People need hope.

Everyone has to decide what is right for them but I can tell you there is help for people who stutter at all ages. There are many variables when seeking help.  How severe the person is? How motivated they are? Do they need intensive therapy? Are they comfortable with the approach being provided? Do they believe they can succeed? What is their mindset?

If you stutter do not give up, I totally changed and am glad to help you.

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