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From: Lauren Montet
Date: 16 Oct 2006
Time: 07:29:35 -0500
Remote Name: 184.108.40.206
This is a great idea to allow kids to know that they aren't alone when they may feel singled out in the crowd. I know there are support groups for adults that meet in person to discuss issues that arise in a person who stutters' life. How do you feel about a children's or adolescent support group for young people who stutter. Their opinions and experiences differ from those of adults. Does discussing issues anonymously differ than discussing them face to face? How do you feel about this?