Tweet The holy grail for stutterers is to be fluent. But by becoming fluent, do you really think all your life problems will go away? There are loads of 'fluent' people who could be considered to be seriously 'messed up'. Sort out the root I say. Solving the symptom will only be momentary.
Tweet Imagine what it will be like in 10 or 20 years from now, and you look back on your life… All the great things you achieved as a person who stutters… Make the future yours. Make it real.
Tweet Life isn't about striving to be like someone else. It's about making the best of what you've got. This involves building upon your existing strengths, and turning your current weaknesses into new strengths.
Tweet Life is full of risks. Getting out there and talking is a massive risk. You might become exposed. You may feel vulnerable. But in the process, you just might improve your life for the better… Don't deal with stuttering, and you risk living an unfulfilled life, and one day may find you're continuously asking…
Tweet So you're feel depressed? Let me ask you a few things: Who said it's wrong to be depressed? What is bad about it? Why does being depressed need to be a problem? I'll ask you again, who said?