Acceptance means being recognized and acknowledged for what one is.
It’s an approval, an agreeing with one’s situation or stand.
It’s also one’s feelings of resignation (in a good way) to a situation in life. – Jenny Anderson
I will be asking people to share their views and experiences on what acceptance means to them.
Stuttering behaviour exists and for as long as I can remember each day I willed it away and hoped it would disappear – it didn’t and it won’t. So did I give up? It’s not about giving up it’s about being honest – what does it matter if I stutter, really? It has no meaning or impact on my life unless I give it the power. To me, acceptance means I have a tendency to stutter, it’ll happen, it can mean everything or nothing. It can impact a lot or not at all. The choice is mine, I choose to let it go and live my best life. – Rob Woolley