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Turning Points: Inspiring Stories of Personal Change from the National Stuttering Association

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Most every person who stutters will experience a turning point—a moment in time when they come to accept their stuttering and embark on living a life without compromise. Before reaching their turning point, each person who stutters must fight past feelings of shame, despair, and loneliness. These dispirited feelings affect more than just the person who stutters: family, fr ...more
Paperback, First edition, 157 pages
Published July 1st 2015 by National Stuttering Association
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I'm very impressed with his book! It is not only entertaining, it also has much practical wisdom in it for the stutterer. I also particularly like how it includes stories of not only people who stutter, but also a parent and therapists. I found their viewpoints equally valuable.

I highly recommend this to not only stutterers, but to anyone like parents, friends and therapists who are interested in learning not only about stuttering but what goes on in the minds of people who stutter.
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MONA BEHNAZ MAALI grew up in Austin and has a BA from the University of Texas, where she was a senior reporter and associate news editor for the award-winning Daily Texan. After graduation, she led the Austin chapter of the National Association for four years and was recognized nationally for her leadership within the stuttering community. She compiled and edited Turning Points: Inspiring Stories ...more

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