Which brings me to this question: Is honesty the best policy?
You have heard me talk about the journey of self-acceptance every teammate who stutters must take within themselves.
In the above quotations it refers to single human beings, which is what we usually mean when we say "an individual".
I'll never forget one incident in my life that happened a year ago.We all need to accept that we stutter-for some of us, it is a realization that occurs much sooner rather than later.It took me until my late twenties to realize that I stutter, and the choice is mine as to what I can make of it-after all, I can either make it work for me, or against me at the same time. My biggest one though, is a lack of acceptance of the NSA Nation.Good evening everyone, I wanted to use this edition of the blog to discuss an interesting experience I recently had online in a chat room.I am going to be turning 32 next year, and like many of my peers, would like to get into the dating game.
Recently I was in a "thirties love" chat room on AOL, and chatting with a young woman from the Chicago suburbs.