Advice to Those Who Stutter
by Stephen B. Hood
Publisher: The Stuttering Foundation of America 2008
Number of pages: 172
This is a remarkable book of therapy advice. What makes it unique is that every article has been written by men and women who stutter themselves. Each of them has been 'through the mill' and knows what it is to have experienced the fear, anxiety, and despair which is so often the lot of those who stutter.
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