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Have you ever been told that you speak too fast or that your speech is unclear or sloppy? Do you find it difficult to control the pace of your speech and does this cause you to trip over your words? Do you sometimes have difficulty in ordering your thoughts or determining what, exactly, you are going to say? And does this sometimes make it difficult for people to understand you? People that speak in a non-fluent, unintelligible or messy way are often labeled 'stutterers' in popular wisdom. For years Rutger Wilhelm also thought he stuttered and underwent various treatments for it. When he was diagnosed with cluttering, a disorder he had never heard of, his world was turned upside-down. In "Too fast for words" he shares his personal experience with cluttering, as well as personal stories from other people who clutter, clinicians, and so forth. Through striking and sometimes moving anecdotes the book takes you on an interesting voyage of discovery: What is cluttering? How does it differ from stuttering? What impact can it have on your life? And what can be done about it?