Overcoming Their Stutter In Chile!

On July 4th, the course in Santiago, Chile started, welcoming 18 new students, 15 men and 3 women, going from 16 to 40 years old. Most of them were overt stutterers. On Wednesday, the introduction of the course began, during the interviews there were a lot of doubts, questions and expectations from the new students; some of them didn't know what to expect, they were only there, ready to face and live the moment.

Camilo Maturana

Camilo Maturana

Starting a life story and telling it is not easy, there’s falls, hits, some harder than others, starting with this and having to remember everything that was lived is quite difficult. But my stutter helped me realize early how hard life is, this one will try to leave you on your knees every time it can, and it’s our duty to face it, stand up and beat it. The road is long for some, short for others, but we all end up in the same way. My life road hasn’t ended; I write this while I’m un university. I’m 18 years old and I’m a person who stutters.

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