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Emotional Bruce Willis Remembers How He Stuttered As A Kid
2004
Self-Development

Emotional Bruce Willis Remembers How He Stuttered As A Kid

Bruce Willis - Always Listen (Video)

Transcript:

"The hardest thing that I remember was being a kid stuttering. My advice to the young people to never let anyone make you feel like an outcast because you will never be an outcast. A very wise woman named Eleanor Roosevelt once said that no one can ever make you feel bad about yourself without your permission. This program and the people who work here at the institute can help you. Be patient, always listen, offer encouragement, give positive reinforcement, always."


- Bruce Willis

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