I saw The King's Speech a few weeks ago. It's a touching, witty and well-told story about Prince Albert, who unexpectedly became King George VI after his older brother abdicated. The Prince had a serious stutter, which kept him from making the morale-boosting speeches that his country's citizens so desperately needed.
Aside from being a compelling story, it also features a compassionate therapist, Lionel Logue, helping the prince overcome his stutter.
Today we're traveling back to the 1970's for some lessons in how to get your message across even when you're having a meltdown. Ok, it's better not to have a meltdown as a therapist, but these examples are great for dramatic effect.