The intermittent nature of stammering can be one of the hardest things to deal with. Find out three main stages towards managing this variability with increasing ease.

Now over to you: how unpredictable is your stammer? Could the way you manage other unpredictable things in your life provide you with clues for how to manage your stammer more easily?

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  1. I really liked how you have connected the stammering problem with electric circuit connection. i seldomly stammer but in many cases i lost the words that i am supposed to say and i became completely blank for that moment. i really dont know how to recover from that problem. and i would really appreciate if you could give me some advice to overcome such problems. I need that in my IELTS speaking test. thank you

    P.S: And I also like the slow rhythmic way you speak on your video.

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