Thanks To My Stutter, I'm Never Lost For Words

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Re: Word Master

From: Alan Badmington (to Jonas)
Date: 13 Oct 2008
Time: 04:24:39 -0500
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Hi Jonas, Thank you for reading my article and responding in such a generous manner. It was kind of you to write in such a vein. My extensive vocabulary (fuelled by so many years of word substitution) is contributing greatly to the pleasure that I am now experiencing. I have intended to write a book (or books) for many years but I simply haven't had the time to put pen to paper (or should that be 'fingers to the keyboard'). :-) I hope to rectify the situation next year when I have promised myself that I will devote time to that project (or those projects). Meanwhile, you may wish to access some of my online articles about stuttering. They should provide a little bedtime reading.:-) Here are the links: (1) STUTTERING IS NOT JUST A SPEECH PROBLEM (2) STEP OUTSIDE: Why expanding comfort zones can improve our stuttering and lead to more fulfilling lives (3) HOW I CHANGED MY STUTTERING MINDSET (4) ACCUSTOMED AS I AM (5) INCREASING PUBLIC AWARENESS (6) (a) Poem 1: CHANGING THE WORDS AROUND (6) (b) Poem 2: EVERYONE'S DIFFERENT (7) IT'S GOOD TO TALK ABOUT IT (8) ACTING IS A WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE (9) WEDDING VOWS - For better or for worse  (10) TECHNOLOGY : A friend or foe of someone who stutters  (11) TWO THINGS I WISH I’D KNOWN ABOUT STUTTERING WHEN I WAS YOUNGER.  (12) MY COMMITMENT TO SPEAKING ABOUT STUTTERING IS OPENING SO MANY NEW DOORS  (13) HELPING TOMORROW’S THERAPISTS HELP PEOPLE WHO STAMMER  Thank you, once again, for your valued contribution. Kindest regards Alan

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