I was very pleasantly surprised recently to be asked to write a blogpost for the Redefining Stammering website.
I very much appreciate the aims behind Redefining Stammering, which are to challenge the way stammering is understood, thought about, and discussed. Furthermore, the website promotes pride in stammering as a legitimate and naturally occurring way of speaking.
The writing on the website comes from a place of professional knowledge and personal experience regarding stammering, and is written from a respectful and nuanced perspective.
Because of this, I was thrilled to be able to contribute a little something in the form of a blogpost.
I wrote about the notion of fluency and how it can change in certain situations, with a focus upon the foreign language classroom.
My post can be found at the following link: