My stutter gave me insecurity, fear of not being good enough, and the idea that I will never be a good speaker. But over the years I also realized that it gave me the power to learn more about myself and my fears, the challenge to become the speaker that I want to be, and the ability to understand other people who struggle with feeling different in some kind of way.
And last but not least, amazing friends all around the world:
Stuttering might seem an imperfection, but when you realize it gives you all these strengths, new insights, and beautiful friends, I prefer calling it a perfect imperfection.
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