Stuttering is both visible as well as invisible. On the surface, no one can tell that you stutter. But each person has certain secondary characteristics
In this video, six members of the Stamily-community share what kind of stutter they have, whether it changed over the years, and how they view
This is a compilation video of our Stamily meetup in Prague, made by Willemijn.
Written and created by Lynne New Year’s Resolutions can be tricky things. (I’m not good at keeping them. Let’s make that clear immediately.) If you’re
Video and text created by Rik Imagine not being able to speak your mind. To know what you want to say, but feel the words
While stuttering does not originate from a lack of confidence, having a stutter can undermine it. In this video, Liana from Finland shares 5 tips
A while ago, Natalie talked about job interviews. This arduous aspect of the job-finding process can be daunting for PWS, but in the end, we
From October 1 until October 22, the International Stuttering Association will host the yearly ISAD conference in celebration of the International Stuttering Awareness Day. On
Jurjen tells you his view on why it is important to meet people who stutter.
While stuttering is a widely known condition, it is not always clear how to act when communicating with PWS. In this vlog, Leo from Finland