JP and I shared a little joke: It seems TISA is creating a need where none exists! If Stammering is a diversity - let us shut up and go home!
(Well, going ho-ho-home is not that easy. And this issue is a lot more complex.. but we were just having a little Haryanvi humor!).
Interestingly, with Dhruv too, I was discussing similar issues: Should TISA try to push "stammering" as a disability? But is it not just a diversity? If society accepts it as a disability which pws will benefit and which ones will suffer?
Then, Dhruv, shared another "problematic" thought: Some young pws believe that if they practice acceptance, their speech will become just like sachin's...
Oh my God! Is that the message which is going out? Oh no, I STILL STAMMER (but happily). And yes, I do communicate well now (my livelihood, as a social worker, depends on it!). So, how did I learn to stammer happily and become a good communicator? I decided to share what I have been writing for sometime: My Secrets... Keep checking here for it.