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Speech Therapy

I’ve had a stammer for as long as I remember. It’s the reason I studied Physics instead of Languages at A level and became a Maths teacher, and the reason I still avoid phone calls at work. It wasn’t until the age of 51 that I finally got around to having some Speech Therapy.

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