Jurjen tells you his view on why it is important to meet people who stutter.
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 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.
Safe spaces are gaining popularity in the world. The idea behind safe spaces is to gather a group of people with a common struggle (usually minorities) in a harassment-free environment, so they can share their experiences without constantly having to worry about how they will be perceived. Perhaps the most common safe spaces nowadays are […]
Written by Therese For many years I have had and still have, a hard time accepting my function-variation (I prefer that word over disability/handicap) and I still get feelings of shame for something I can’t help. I have avoided certain situations, people and places in almost my entire life because of fear of other people’s […]
Written by Jurjen Hello again everybody, I wrote already something short that came up in my mind after the camp, but I wanted to share a bit more because I sometimes need some extra time to process my experiences into explainable thoughts. It was my second time at the camp and this year I was […]
Written by Janne When I look back on my life, I see it as a roller coaster ride – constantly up and down. Since middle school I’ve had periods of depression. There have been times when I felt better and when it seemed as if I didn’t have depression anymore, but then it all came […]
Written by Liam Yesterday I was having a conversation with my housemate about truths and people’s personal truths. The premise of this conversation developed from a show she went to see on Saturday night, Peter Gynt. The conversation centered around the question of “Does a person exist if the truth they have developed for themselves, […]
Written by Pedro Three years ago, I went to my first Erasmus+ exchange for people who stutter. I didn’t imagine at the time it would change my life. I will come back to this topic later. Before the exchanges, I have met pws in my second year of university. It was one of the best […]