Today marks exactly two years since I officially launched Stuttering Society. I remember the excitement just minutes before I announced that the website was live. Nobody knows the sleepless nights, the money invested, the challenges of finding good professionals, the work of creating content on my own, and all the effort I put into this […]Continue reading "Two years of Stuttering Society :)"
Do you ask yourself what would be different if you were a fluent speaker? How would you be perceived by others? These questions will stop having relevance once you realise that you can be whatever you want to be, regardless of your speaking ability. You don’t need approval […]Continue reading "Own who you are but without apology"
Text author: Raiani Sibien
In 2006, my family relocated from Brazil to Italy. Back then, I could only speak Brazilian Portuguese but it didn’t take long before I became fluent in Italian. Fluency in the new language didn’t mean speech fluency, on the contrary, for some unexplainable reason, I […]Continue reading "Stuttering in a foreign language"
One of the most frustrating experiences for people who stutter is to feel judged and underestimated based on the fluency of their speech. Listeners play a crucial role in ensuring a person who stutters feels supported and respected regardless of the way they speak.
People who stutter might handle their speaking difficulties in different […]Continue reading "5 Ways to Help"
Despite being in existence for centuries, there is still a lot of misinformation and misconceptions about stuttering. Such misunderstandings can often directly impact the lives of people who stutter and affect their everyday activities, personal relationships and career prospects.
Therefore, it is important to clarify the different aspects of stuttering and ensure that the general public […]Continue reading "5 Quick Facts About Stuttering"