Episode #166: This episode is for those of you who may be worried that no one will date or marry you because of your stuttering. I ask eight couples if stuttering was ever an issue. Their responses may surprise you.
Episode #165: Laughter’s Voice is a summer camp in Ontario, Canada, for children who stutter. It will open it’s first year this July. On this episode, I chat with founders, Andrea Skinner and her son, Felix.
Episode #164: I speak with Jeff Liboiron, host of the Be Combative and Nomadic Jeff podcasts, about his prosthetic leg never having been an issue with women. Just like our stuttering isn’t an issue. But there’s a catch: you must first work on your inside.
Episode #163: Happy New Year! Sam, the unofficial co-host, joins me in the first moments of 2014 in discussing 2013 speech events, our speech goals for the new year and the challenges of speaking slowly in today’s hyper impatient world. Then I take you along with me on a very frigid walk a few days [continue reading...]
Episode #162: My book has launched! But first, a quick chat about Helen Keller and what we can learn from her followed by a book launch by my friend, David Stones. He wrote a book of poetry called Infinite Sequels which he performed in front of large groups of friends and family. I chat with [continue reading...]
Episode #161: A big episode all about confronting your speaking fears due to all the negative feedback us stutterers get all our lives because of our speech. In part 1, I speak with my friend, Evan Sherman, SLP-CCC, about the many benefits of voluntary stuttering. In part two, I speak with Josh Adkins and his [continue reading...]
Episode #160. In a nutshell, I play and reply to listener feedback. Topics include singing, stuttering volume suddenly increasing, and your life WILL amount to something.
Episode #159: In part 1 of this episode, I speak with an astronomer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory about stuttering, exoplanets and, well, astronomy! I can’t help it, astronomy is one of my favourite topics. So it’s also inevitable that I ask the question about aliens and stuttering. In part 2, I speak with an [continue reading...]
Episode #158: Thanks to ubiquitous and affordable technology, anyone can be a publisher. That means YOU can share your stories and advice about confidently living with stuttering to a world audience and make a difference to at least one person. On this episode, we hear from non-stutterers, Mark Blevis and Tod Maffin, two people who [continue reading...]
Episode #157: I don’t know who it was, but someone at this year’s National Stuttering Association conference said that it’s not really about stuttering, it’s about life. And I totally agree. On this episode, well, it’s all about the 2013 National Stuttering Association conference which took place in Scottsdale, Arizona!
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