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21 things I wish I had known about stuttering (Anglais) Broché – 18 octobre 2017
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Présentation de l'éditeur
So you have decided to do something about your stuttering! Perhaps you have chosen a therapy or you are still looking for one. Whatever the case, this book is the indispensable guide you need to accompany your progress. If you feel alone, misunderstood or unable to see the way forward, it will give you hope and help you smile again. In it, you will find advice from people who have had the same fears, the same setbacks as you, and who explain how they overcame them. You will learn how to unburden yourself of the feelings of shame, guilt, fear, despair and isolation which have been holding you back. You will come away from reading this book full of optimism, ready to take on the challenge and with strategies to help you persevere. Of course, everyone is different but we have things in common too. We have all faced the same difficulties. Significantly, many of those who have succeeded in managing their stutter share a state of mind and a positive attitude. This practical ‘user manual’ will make you smile while saving you time. Laurent Lagarde started stuttering when he was six. After many years of frustration, he created his blog www.goodbye-begaiement.fr in 2009, looking for ways of freeing himself from stuttering. He also wanted to share the stories of the many people who stutter worldwide. Thanks to this initiative he has become a writer, translator and even a public speaker. He is married and has three children.
Biographie de l'auteur
Laurent Lagarde is a French person who stutters. In 2009, he created his blog to share advices and inspiring stories about stuttering (www.goodbye-begaiement.com). He translated and published the books "Advice to Those Who Stutter" and "Sometimes I Just Stutter" into French. He used to be a member of the board of the French “Association Parole Bégaiement” where he was in charge of press relations. He is a keynote speaker on stuttering and has spoken in events in France, Switzerland, Belgium and Canada. He is married and has three children.
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If you stutter, this is a must read.
29 novembre 2017 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This book is a gift to every person who want to find freedom from stuttering. I would also highly recommend this book to those who have a loved one or a friend who stutters. Laurent shares 21 shifts in perspective that helped him transform his experience. As a person who myself gained significant freedom from stuttering, I can attest that ideas and changes of perspective that Laurent is sharing in this book are exactly those that helped me to find freedom. I had to work hard to find those insights on my own, so it was a delight to find them written down in such a clear and concise way. The book is based on a personal experience - it is not a mere theory. It is written with wonderful humor, which makes it a very enjoyable read. And Laurent has a gift of explaining his ideas with clarity and brevity - two precious qualities in our busy life. I believe this book is a must read for everyone who stutters or want to understand those who stutters.