Have you ever read someone's story and thought, "This is exactly what I needed to hear today!"? Your story will do that for someone else.
The World Stuttering Network (WSN) brings forth a collection of stories shared by people who stutter (PWS) from around the world. With unforgettable challenges, inspirational narratives and life-changing moments, PWS pose as storytellers describing their real-life experiences with life and conversation. Our stories bring us together.
Do you have a story to share? Contact WSN at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are BETTER TOGETHER!
Rich Stephens: "It's really really really okay to stutter."
The military, comparing speech to trains, and SAY: Australia.Rich Stephens, the President of SAY:Australia, describes a journey that led him to starting the first international branch of the Stuttering Association for the Young in Melbourne.
Eddie Brown: Helping People Find Their Voices
Young, compassionate, and enthusiastic SLP who stutters.Eddie tells his stuttering journey and the great lessons he learned along the way. This is a story of challenges, courage, friendship, connection and giving back to the community. Eddie is also a youth soccer coach who loves plants!
Jeff Olevson: Step Outside Your Comfort Zone
Open, authentic and curious. Passionate about stuttering and the weather."Jeff O." tells the journey of his stuttering, how it shaped him as a strong and compassionate leader and communicator. He shares his knowledge and wisdom on stuttering acceptance, self-help, motivation and so much more!
Emmanuel Addo: "I want answers!"
Confidence, curses, and creating who you are.Emmanuel Addo from Ghana discusses changes in perspective, where he looked to find answers, and how helping others changed his life.
Nathan Malipeddi: From Covert to Overt
Kobe Bryant, covert stuttering, and advice to kidsNathan Malipeddi is a BUSY GUY. He shares his philosophy on passionate pursuits and time management, as well as his transition from being covert to stuttering openly. Nathan's message to kids who stutter should be heard by all.
Andrew Bowers: Stutter Beautifully!
Public speaking, bravery & the r/stutter SubRedditAndrew Bowers (Texas) is a person who stutters, an SLP & an administrator for the Stuttering Support SubReddit. The r/Stutter SubReddit hosts about 10,000 people who stutter offering 24 hour support without barriers. The closely moderated group is a safe, uplifting environment for people who stutter of all ages at all points in their journey. Click on the links to check it out!www.reddit.com/r/stutterhttps://discord.gg/stutter
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What an amazing podcast! Such amazing stories from courageous people who stutter. #RaiseAwareness