If you are looking for a good cluttering speech example, the one below shows what it may sound like. “May”, because every clutterer talks in his own unique way. In general, however, people who clutter share (one or more) typical characteristics. Peter Kissagizlis (United Kingdom) was chair of consumer issues for the International Cluttering Association and founding member of a local support group for stuttering and cluttering. Before he passed away, he was a true advocate for cluttering. A man on a mission: helping others understand the sometimes complex speech-language disorder called cluttering. Peter also stressed the impact it can have on someone’s life: “I thought that cluttering was only a speech problem, but now I know it is really a communication problem that affects the whole person and can chart out the rest of your life.”
Audio sample of cluttering
Before he was diagnosed with cluttering, Peter went on a quest trying to figure out why he was having such difficulty with communicating. It became an undeniably long journey in which he was misdiagnosed a couple of times. Peter has had a hard time his entire life. It was especially frustrating that people did not seem to value his contributions because they couldn’t understand him. They also didn’t understand his difficulties. That’s why, because he didn’t want people to go through what he went through himself, Peter’s aim was to spread the word about cluttering. Listen to a recording of his cluttered speech.