This year I had planned to run the Manchester Marathon, for the British Stammering Association, but a bout of ill health put paid to that. So I wanted to do something but nothing kind of seemed 'enough'. Then the other day via a Facebook memory thing it popped up that it was 8 years ago … Continue reading Running all over the place….
As many of you know I stammer, as does my partner and three of our kids. This is not headline news, but the fact that it still seems to be ok for people to laugh or imitate us is. Just this week I attended a medical appointment and as I stammered on my date of … Continue reading Expectations…
Going back now about 6 or maybe even 7 years I took a leap and attended my first British Stammering Association conference. Now you might think that this does not sound like a bundle of laughs. You may think that even it will be a sombre affair where lots of troubled souls gather together to … Continue reading Freedom!
The changes in technology over the years has made life for people who stammer a whole lot easier, but at what cost? How many of us of an older generation pretty much never used the ‘house phone’? With the fact now that pretty much every person over the age of 10 has a mobile phone, … Continue reading App-arently it’s a good thing….
I stammer. Sometimes hardly ever. Sometimes lots. I wrote the following blog after giving a speech at the House of Commons at the Employers Stammering Network event supported by the British Stammering Association. It was posted previously on a great website Intandem http://intandem.co.uk My stammering is my natural pattern of speech, and having … Continue reading My Sunflower Speech