Mariska Hargitay Reflects on Parenting Challenges and Triumphs with Three Children

 Mariska Hargitay Reflects on Parenting Challenges and Triumphs with Three Children

Mariska Hargitay opens up about her son’s stuttering🧐

The Hollywood actress has shared how grateful she is that her kid has found a group with whom he identifies. She spoke about it during the Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY) Hall of Fame event.

She is a mother of three and the father of the kids is Peter Hermann, with whom she was married for 19 years. They both worked together during a show called “Law and Order: SVU”. Hermann has revealed how quickly their connection started and how well of chemistry they have.

The actress also spoke about Hermann and revealed that she never imagined that her relationship with him could feel as fantastic as it did at this point.

Following two years of marriage, she gave birth to their first child. Her pregnancy was a trying time for her all the way through. Later, in 2011, they adopted two more children.

The mother of three has discussed the challenges and triumphs that come with being a parent during an interview with People.

When asked about the highlights of her life, she revealed that it is becoming a mother. She gushed over her family and said that she learned a lot from her kids.

She revealed that she and her husband were so different from one another, yet they complimented each other very well. And this worked out well when raising their children.

Even though they did raise their children together, she revealed to People, the difficulties she has faced when becoming a mother.

She is the owner of the foundation SAY and during the event she spoke and revealed that it is a wonderful community, and their son is part of it because he stutters.

Hermann revealed then when people stutter they often don’t speak which is quite sad. And the foundation has been a great help in the area of teaching people about speech disorders.

Over seventy million people in the world are affected by stuttering, as stated on the website of the Stuttering Association for the Young. Young people who stutter could become a subject of bullying and the foundation fights against it.