Imagine you spend almost your entire life searching for a solution to better be able to control your speech. A way of speaking that is undeniably fast, sloppy, incomprehensible or unintelligible (or, at least that is what people tell you). You know for yourself that there is something wrong with your speech, too. People refer to your verbal utterances as stuttering. So, you enroll in therapy for that. After years and years – of having therapy, practicing speech techniques, doing soul searching and wondering what the heck is wrong with you – you discover that you don’t stutter at all. In fact, almost the opposite is true. Ding dong. Welcome to your ‘new life’.
It happened to many. Too fast for words was created to enhance the awareness of cluttering and to support people who clutter and everyone close to them to better cope with this intriguing speech-language disorder. Anyone with an interest in cluttering can chip in. So, share your ideas, experiences, knowledge and insights, whether you are a person who clutters, a speech-language pathologist, or a researcher. Together we have something unique to offer.
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