Stuttering Quotes

Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Stuttering Quotes from famous authors such as Mel Tillis, Rhea Ripley, David Shields, Malin Akerman, Kurt Masur. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!

But if you put a script up in front of me to read, or a cue card, I couldn’t do it without stuttering.
Mel Tillis
Because I talk too fast and I start stuffing up my words, I start mumbling and stuttering. I just have to remember to slow down.
Rhea Ripley
I used to feel that everything I know I learned through my lifelong struggle with stuttering; I now feel this way about my damn back.
David Shields
I get horrified when I have to do table reads with the whole cast, because there’s a lot of stuttering coming from me, so I have to do a lot of prep.
Malin Akerman
Even my family laughed at me because they thought this young guy who’s always stuttering in front of other people should be in front of 100 musicians and talk to them and leading them.
Kurt Masur
At Moscow’s Bolshoi Ballet Academy, I studied under a brilliant and fiery teacher. This tiny, stuttering old man flew into a rage if his students’ white socks failed to reach mid-calf level. Nor could he tolerate floppy hair. We wore hairnets to class – an athletic brigade of short order cooks.
Sascha Radetsky
When I was younger, I had a terrible problem with stuttering.
Tony Evans
For a few thousand years, women had no history. Marriage was our calling, and meekness our virtue. Over the last century, in stuttering succession, we have gained a voice, a vote, a room, a playing field of our own. Decorously or defiantly, we now approach what surely qualifies as the final frontier.
Stacy Schiff
Gerald Jonas’s book about stuttering is called ‘The Disorder of Many Theories.’ Back theory seems to suffer from the same ‘Rashomon’ effect: as with almost every human problem, there is no dearth of answers and no answer.
David Shields
The one thing I’ve learned is that stuttering in public is never as bad as I fear it will be.
John Stossel