Written by Rik Here at this very platform, Natalie Mortimer recently wrote a blog in which she asks the question whether it’s okay to be defined by your stammer. She wrote about the impact we can have on people we work with and the legacy we leave behind. Just by the simple fact that she […]
Written by Natalie The blasted job interview. For so many people this is daunting, however for people who stammer this process is crippling. The terror of being questioned and explaining why YOU deserve the opportunity to work for their company. I felt inspired to share my personal interviewing advice following a previous podcast, where I shared some […]
Written by Hanna When I was younger my stuttering made me silent. I only spoke when I felt I wouldn’t stutter. Despite switching out words and planning ahead what I was gonna say, I still got long blocks in my speech. The shame I felt in those moments was excruciating. The anxiety afterwards lasted for […]
During the Erasmus+ Exchange of 2019 Jurjen was interviewed about the youth camp, by De Stentor (a local Dutch newspaper). He also spoke about Stamily. This was our first appearance in the media! Click HERE to read the article. [In Dutch, but google translate can help you out!]
Written by Natalie Odd I know. But I understand why other PWS wouldn’t want to be defined by their stammer and wouldn’t hope that when others thought or spoke about them that one of the first things they say is “do you know they stammer?”. I used to think like this too, but I have learned […]
In the first installment of his weekly vlog series, Juuso Syngelmä talks about public speaking. Different aspects of it, like fears and insecurities, along with some practical tips and words of motivation.