Success at the 2022 Canadian Stuttering Association Conference

It was a long wait, but it many ways, it was definitely worth it. Since I last spoke live at the Canadian Stuttering Association conference, a lot of things had changed. My desire to share my story, however, was not one of them. Since my last live speech for the CSA -- October 2019 in... Continue Reading →

Looking Forward to the Live CSA Conference in Niagara Falls

Like clockwork, yours truly gets excited when the calendar turns to September. Wait, is it "clockwork" or "calenderwork"? The latter sounds odd. In any case, it's an exciting time. With my wife, Shannon, working at Starbucks -- and loving it -- she's been making pumpkin spice lattes for me. And while others are quick to... Continue Reading →

#BellLetsTalkDay — Versus Depression: My Toughest Fight

This was written for Bell Let's Talk Day 2017 (Jan. 25) for my website, http://www.makewayforthekings.net. Yet, while much has changed personally and professionally since writing this, much of what I had written then applies today as I continue to battle. Thank you in advance. “It’s so difficult to describe depression to someone who’s never been... Continue Reading →

Embracing the Stuttering Community

Having only starting to embrace the stuttering community within the last year, meeting others I share this affliction with was somewhat new for me. The Canadian Stuttering Association held its annual Voices Rising conference a couple of weekends ago, but leading up to it, I was excited and reluctant at the same time. I wasn’t... Continue Reading →

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