Tag: Antidote

School-Based Speech Therapy: Treating ‘Me’

Perspective Disclaimer I am not a speech-language pathologist, nor do I play one on the internet. There are many fantastic SLPs already doing wonderful work. This three-part series has already analyzed my journey through school-based speech therapy and unveiled a soul-cleansing repentance to the SLPs of my past. In this article, you will find that

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Cultivating Social Skills: An Antidote to Anxiety

Growing up with a stutter was lonely and isolating. I lost my formative years to an unbearable social anxiety that denied me the opportunity to learn how to interact with others.  I had friends. I played teams sports. I passed as socially fluent. I graduated college. And, I got my dream job. Yet, no one

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