July 22, 2016 / Blog
4 minute read

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.”

July 20, 2016 / Blog
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2 minute read

Fill your ‘positivity cup’ and start overcoming your stutter.

Let’s get real, you have to love yourself enough to say “NO” to whatever may hold you back, down or hurts you and your process. Here’s how to break out of negative, self-destructive patterns to feeling empowered to overcome your stutter.

July 16, 2016 / Blog
To stop stuttering
3 minute read

To stop stuttering, here’s what has to happen.

Before anything changes, this is what has to happen.

Read on.

July 2, 2016 / Blog
5 minute read

The 7 Misconceptions of Stuttering

Many misconceptions about stuttering exist within the world of stuttering that are holding people back from becoming fluent speakers. Listed below are 7 common misconceptions that have to be set straight in order to set your mind free from limiting beliefs and be on your way of reaching your fluent potential.

June 28, 2016 / Blog
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4 minute read

The act of selfishness

It’s very human to want to help those in need, it’s hard to say no to requests of people who need help. It’s the way most of us work and it’s great, helping each other out is very important, but there’s always a ‘but’.

June 23, 2016 / Blog
4 minute read

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.

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