When you clutter you may know how it feels. To finally bump into the “holy grail” that I’d been looking for since ages: speech therapy that was finally helpful to me; the ultimate cluttering experience, so to speak. A couple of years ago I was diagnosed with cluttering. The news blew me away. It took me some years to find out more about this “new thing” called cluttering, about the way I talked in particular and what could be done about it. The more I got into this subject, the more I began to understand what cluttering meant. And the better I was able to control my speech. It made me even write a book about it.
After my book was published I was interviewed by Daniele Rossi, owner of stutteringiscool.com and a passionate podcast producer who has thrown over 250 podcasts in the air on stuttering. Now cluttering is part of that, too. Daniele and I talked about how I discovered that I cluttered, how on earth it came about that cluttering was overlooked for decades, and how one can cope with it. Listen to this excellent “podcast too fast for words” to learn more about my cluttering experience. Note that I just let the cluttering ‘flow’ and am not doing any efforts to control it. You can also hear me talking on many congresses and other occasions.