Thanks to ABC Radio National’s Nick Wiggins and Skye Docherty for this article following the roundtable discussion with Julian Morrow about stuttering.
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Thanks to host Julian Morrow with ABC Radio National for the roundtable discussion about stuttering. Joining Associate Professor Robyn Lowe, Australian Stuttering Research Centre, UTS and John Hendrickson, Journalist with The Atlantic in the USA, we had a great conversation sharing our combined knowledge and lived experiences of how stuttering can impact someone’s life.
You can listen to the interview using the link below.
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Acceptance Does Not Equal Defeat is a presentation from October 2018 where I share what acceptance means to me and why some people view the concept as defeat and giving up.
Yes I have a stutter. No it doesn’t stop me from doing what I want to do. Don’t let your stutter define you.
My very first podcast, Vvvikesh, is now available on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify!
Sometimes videos aren’t the most convenient format to consume so I will be converting some of my past (and future) video presentations to audio, as well as creating new content. My goal is to engage more people through the podcast channel.
For people who stutter, audio isn’t always the best form of communication as you (the listener) cannot see physical moments of stuttering so pauses can be misconstrued.
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The Mistaken Stutter is a presentation from October 2017. Stuttering is often mistaken for something other than stuttering, such as nervousness, anxiety, lying, or simply forgetting your name.