The teenage years can be an exciting and challenging stage of life – new schools, new freedoms, and new challenges, including those with your speech. Many teens who stutter may feel like they are the alone, like they are the only one who understands how they feel. Rest assured, YOU ARE NOT ALONE!

Not only are you not alone, but you’re in the right place to connect with other teens who have been through some of the same experiments, struggles, and triumphs, and know exactly how you feel!


Am I Alone?

  • As a teen who stutters, you may experience daily challenges and difficulties that your peers do not
  • You may face ridicule by classmates
  • You may experience anxiety in social situations such as dating, but with added worry of “Will he/she not like me because of my stutter?”
  • You may feel nervous in class wondering if today is the day the teacher will call on you to participate.
  • You may wonder if you are alone.


The NSA is Here to Help

The NSA teens understand the specific challenges and difficulties you are experiencing, and they are here to support you and help you to navigate through them successfully. Stuttering is a part of you, but it does not – and will never – define you. Contact the NSA National Office, check out the Teen Advisory Council (TAC), or join the private Teen Facebook Group to find out other ways the NSA can help you!


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