Abdulla Al-Khelaifi

Abdulla, United Kingdom

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Abdulla, United Kingdom

Hello, I am Abdulla. I have been fighting with stuttering for as long as I can remember.  My bad habits had led me into never finding a cure. This year I decided to address this problem since it was bothering me and my social life. It made me feel inferior to people when in reality…

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Wen, L.A. & Beijing

My name is Wen and I’m a 29-year-old venture capitalist from China.  An MBA graduate of Stanford, I’ve lived in the US and China each for about 14 years, and I also speak Spanish and French. However, I never quite came to terms with stuttering until I found Lee. I’ve...
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SAHIL, New Jersey

Hi, I’m Sahil, I was 19 in late 2020, and I had been stuttering pitiably for as long as I could remember. About a year later, after studying Lee’s book and being coached by him, I stopped appearing to be a stutterer. That was about a year ago. I have...
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Ales, Czech Republic

“Is there a cure for stuttering? Will I ever be “normal”? Is there someone like me out there? For almost 30 years, I was convinced the answer to these questions is “NO!”  My name is Ales.  I’m 32 and I live in the Czech Republic.  I finally found answers and...
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Linda, M.D., New Jersey

I have a BA, MBA and I just received an M.D., and I am now an Internal Medicine Resident.  I’m 28 and live in New Jersey.  I started stuttering when I was 9.  I had an uncle and a grandmother who also stuttered.  Mine was generally mild growing up, but...
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Zak, Age 12, Florida

I started on this program at age 11, and I’m now a thirteen-year-old male from Florida, U.S.A. I’ve had a known stuttering problem since I was at least five.  I lived my whole life knowing I HAD to stutter.  I personally did not care at the time.  In the first...
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Annie, M.D., Pakistan

My name is Annie. My mother and uncle stutter; so, for me, it was genetic. I’m 24 now and am in the last year of medical school in Pakistan. My languages are Urdu, Punjabi and English, in that order. I began stuttering at age 11, and it slowly grew worse...
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Ivan, Macedonia

My name is Ivona.  I am the mother of Ivan, who is now age 11.  We live in Macedonia.  My son, Ivan, stuttered mildly from ages 3-5; his stuttering declined for awhile, but, at age 10, he began stuttering heavily.  His problem was mainly repeats, endless repeating.  My husband and...
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Jeremiah, M.D., Chicago

Since I was four years old, I have stuttered. I’m Jeremiah; I’m 26, and I live in Chicago, and I am a second-year medical student. All throughout elementary and middle school, I was teased and bullied for my speech impediment. I remember not being able to say my name, or...
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Dasha, Belarus

I am Dasha.  I’m 19 and a University student.  I live in Belarus.  Russian is my first language.  I began stuttering at age 3.  While I could be fairly fluent with friends, I sometimes couldn’t talk to strangers, authorities, on the phone especially, and of course make any kind of...
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