Cynthia Willis discusses how frontal and lateral lisps can be frustrating to the listener and speaker because of the adverse affect it may have on the conversations or the messages the speaker is trying to convey.

Speakers with lisps may have had speech therapy to correct the lisp when they were school aged. However, it may have not been a major concern when they were children to correct their speech pattern.

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