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Stuttering stress and arousal: developing a warrior colour code

What if we dealt with our stuttering like those who are in high risk situations like the military? My friend, Alexander Sanguigni, who also stutters and is a military enthusiast, recently told me about how a colour code system developed by a Marine to keep cool in tense situations, could be applied to keeping cool in stuttering situations. I thought it was such an effective mindset that I invited Alexander to write an article about it for this blog.


Raising your hand in school and not fearing it

We’ve all been there. The teacher asks the class a question of which you know the answer. Perhaps you are the only student in the class who knows the answer. But you don’t raise your hand in fear of stuttering in front of everyone. This, in turn, can negatively affect your grades since class participation is included on your report card…

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How to stutter during the holidays

Throwback Thursday, also known as #throwbackthursday and #tbt, is a special day of the week where people share photos from yesteryear on social networks. In the spirit of #tbt today, I’m sharing the above infographic comic I originally posted on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest last year to coincide with the recent launch of my book, Stuttering is Cool: A Guide to Stuttering in a Fast-Talking World…

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