It’s time we have a different conversation about stuttering

It’s time to ask ourselves the right questions. You don’t light a dark room by asking “how can I make this room less dark.” You do it by searching for light sources.

While speech therapists are still discussing technical methods and approaches, people who HAVE recovered from stuttering usually all point to a different direction.

They are pointing inwards.

It’s time to start dealing with the right goals by asking the right questions. To stop tinkering with stuttering as if it were an external beast that needs to be tamed. Neither stuttering nor fluency is the main objective. Instead, let’s start asking “How do I bring my SELF-EXPRESSION to the fullest?”

Now that is a very different journey to be on.

Stutter Off is a place for you to find empowerment and a fresh perspective on the way you speak.

Who is Stutter Off for:

This blog is for teenagers and adults who have grown weary of speech therapy and “techniques” that take them further away from truly expressing themselves.

It’s for those who understand that there is no “quick fix” for stuttering, and are willing to go on a self-growth journey that will require them to push the boundaries of their comfort zones.

It is also for speech therapists and family members who want to get a glimpse into the internal world of a person with a stutter and understand it better.

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2 Replies to “It’s time we have a different conversation about stuttering”

  1. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this
    topic to be really something that I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complex and very broad for me. I’m looking forward for
    your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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