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July 20, 2019 / article
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The Paradigm Shift That Will Free You From Stuttering

This video contains an interview that we did with Free From Stutter. Andrey, Free From Stutter’s founder, asked us to join him online and live to talk about ‘one thing we’ve learned’ in our journey to find an answer on stuttering. We knew pretty much immediately what to talk about. Because this ‘one thing’ changed […]

February 21, 2019 / article
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The less you try the more fluent you’ll be

A big part of stuttering comes out of the idea that you can’t speak fluent and therefore have to DO something for it. But that effort, forcing and doing your best actually produces more stuttering. Solution? Re..

February 18, 2019 / article
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Stuttering and the importance of breathing

Overcoming stuttering has a lot to do with working on the psychological, emotional and physical aspects of it. Breathing – however underestimated – has the power to influence, change and transform all those three aspects. However in order to do that, one has to breathe..

October 26, 2017 / video
45 mins video

Talk with Elliott Hulse | Stuttering, fully expressing yourself

Elliott Hulse. What an honor to sit with him. For this special occasion we drove around Amsterdam in a carriage while talking about stuttering, the body is the mind, bio energetics, fully expressing yourself and much much more. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did.

May 6, 2017 / video

Tedx Talk on Stuttering

Back in 2016 we stood on the stage of Tedx talking about stuttering and overcoming the struggle with it. This video is already seen so many times and the number continues to grow. Super grateful for this to have happened. Enjoy.

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.”