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July 22, 2016 / article
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Stuttering: An internal conflict

During my extensive search for literature, I found multiple interesting articles and theories that contain a lot of value for people who are looking to overcome their stutter.

In this article I will share a psychological theory about stuttering, that describes stuttering as “the conflict between drives to speak and to avoid speaking.”

June 23, 2016 / article
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THE SELF-DECEPTION SERIES: “I CAN’T DO THIS.” (3 OF 3)

The only thing that can stop you from becoming a fluent speaker is stopping before you tried. This third article of the series will tackle that last part of the self-deception barrier: keeping on and pushing through.

June 5, 2016 / article
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The Self-Deception Series: “I don’t want this.” (2 of 3)

This second article of the series will aim to tackle the second part of self-deception: putting your intentions into actions.

May 15, 2016 / article
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The Self-Deception Series: “I don’t need this.” (1 of 3)

This first article of the series will aim to tackle the first part of self-deception: your mind being antagonistic toward change.

May 4, 2016 / article
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The Dangerous act of Labelling

Labelling might seem harmless at first, but let us show you how it can be an obstacle in your process of becoming a fluent speaker.

April 26, 2016 / article
5 minute read

Stuttering explained: a complete brainwash

Last week we joined a talk show. Before the show another speech therapist told us about parents being more frightened by the occurrence of stuttering in their child than the child itself.

And this is so recognizable. I’d like to talk more about this.

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