Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock
Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock
Wellness

International Stuttering Awareness Day: tips on living with a stammer and how to feel better about yourself

  • Accepting your condition and being open and honest about the ways it affects you can be liberating, the founder of The Indian Stammering Association says
  • Secondary behaviours such as blinking quickly or facial twitches can be brought more under control with exercises

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Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock
Too many people who stutter try to hide it, but accepting your stammer and being open about it can be liberating, says the founder of The Indian Stammering Association. Photo: Shutterstock
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