Hi I am new to this forum and i think the only way we can tackle stammering is with the support of each other. First i would like to say that i think there is no cure for stammering, it is like the search for the holy grail.
The key is in acceptance that we stammer and will stammer for the rest of our lives but that we through hard work can get to the stage where we choose where, when and how we stammer.
Has anyone read the work of joe sheehan and charles van riper. they promote the use of voluntary stammering, stammering on purpose.
This has an effect of helping you reduce the pressure that you feel when you try to avoid stuttering and enable you to handle your speech more effectivelywhen in speaking situations.
Lets not go for fluency to fast cause we will fall flat on our facial contortions.