Sarah Ralph has had a stutter since she could remember. Growing up in the outskirts of Pittsburgh, PA with little resources to help her understand and manage her stutter, she developed her own tactics to cope with the complex spiderweb that is her stutter.
After two decades of feeling trapped in her own vocal cords, Sarah experienced a change in her attitude towards her stutter when she stopped giving it all the credit for her downfalls, and gave her hardworking approach to life all the credit for her successes.
After a long stint as a corporate businesses woman, climbing the ranks thanks to a little elbow grease and the confidence to speak up and be present, Sarah is pursuing her dream of writing. She hopes to one day face her fear of reading excerpts of her book at a book signing.
This 7-minute video is my story of how I went from letting my stutter make all my life decisions to using it to become a strong independent person who no longer runs away from opportunity.
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