Did you have a s-st-stutter when you were younger? Maybe you still have it? Stuttering is hereditary, usually appears in young children, and usually disappears when those children grow up. What happens when it doesn’t disappear? Well, then you’re usually stuck stuttering for life. The collaboration between your brain, your nerves, and your muscles just doesn’t seem to function as it should. But stuttering doesn’t happen 24/7 for most people. Stuttering usually comes and goes depending on emotions, stress and fatigue. That doesn’t make it any easier though because stuttering in itself can be very stressful.