A Magic Moment

Previously, Don McLean very briefly described how he no longer stutters. His latest article flushes out in more detail how that ecstatic ending came to be, some time at the end of November 1971.

Don McLeanPersonal Stories

Finding Acceptance and Purpose with the CSA

My name is David Liu, and I’m joining the Board of Directors as the Conference and Event Planning Coordinator. Once I learn the ropes, I’ll be leading the planning and execution of the CSA’s Let’s Talk Events and annual conferences.

David LiuPersonal Stories

Making Change: My Story and the CSA Conference

I am a person who stutters, and I’ve stuttered since I could first speak. When I was much younger, I was hardly even aware I had a speech disability. My parents assumed my difficulty speaking was just a phase I would grow out of, and I didn’t really think about my stutter at all.

Rhea BhallaPersonal Stories

Become the Inspiration

I’ve been stuttering since I was 2. My mom says that she first noticed it when she got me a pink toy kitchen for Christmas. I was so excited, I couldn’t even speak.

Maria StellerPersonal Stories

Kyle's Story

According to the Oxford dictionary, the word “Stutter” is defined as: “talk with continued involuntary repetition of sounds, especially initial consonants.” Prior to 2007, if asked to define the above term, I probably wo

Kristin PrattPersonal Stories

For You, For Each of You

My name is Don McLean. I’m staring at the back end of life now. For I’m 81 years of age. But my mother lived to be 100 years and 100 days, so who knows just when it is going to be. I suffered from stuttering, from the age of about 14 through the age 30.

Don McLeanPersonal Stories

Breaking Free, One Word at a Time

David LiuPersonal Stories

Malihe’s Story

Malihe EliasPersonal Stories