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What We Face As Stammers

This is our unspoken reality

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I am a stammer. I stutter (mildly).

When I was born, I needed to undergo a lingual frenectomy. Without this medical procedure, I would have lost the ability to speak. The challenges of being a stammer are already overwhelming. I can’t imagine life without expression through speech.




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