Stammering/Stuttering

Why (I think) Most Stammering Therapies Are Short-Lived

Oh the many techniques I tried over the years to get words to roll off my tongue fluently. Much of the time I was very impressed that I could speak better.

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Coping with Psellismophobia (Fear of Stammering)

It’s almost as though a fear of anything has a phobia named after it. For those who fear stammering when speaking, that phobia is Psellismophobia and is specific to stammering. Not the fear of speaking, but the fear of stammering when you speak.

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Do You Stutter Or Stammer?

It seems no matter where you search for advice about stammering, it’s treated the same as a stutter. It’s particularly problematic on search engines, which they’d all do better to address.

There is a tendency to reference both speech impediments as the same, despite them being, in my understanding different.

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5 Foundations Needed Before A Stammer Can Be Overcome

It’s all too easy to focus on bettering how you speak, but beware of the consequences. Absorb too much time and effort into the practice of better speaking and you can wind up neglecting other attributes, which can prevent you from pushing forward in life.

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How You Too Can Begin To Stammer Unapologetically

Everyone with a stammer will call it one of those embarrassing problems of life. It causes anxiety in a variety of situations. When you feel embarrassed, accompanying that comes the feeling that you need to apologise. You do not and nor should you be saying sorry!

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5 Study Sources To Aid The Self-Help Approach For Modifying Stammering Behaviour

Trying to change the way you speak is no easy feat. It certainly is possible. To give you a reference point to begin with and progress with the self-help approach to correcting your speech, it’s my hope that the following five steps can be of help to you.

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Having A Stammer – It Takes One To Know One

Welcome to my first blog post! I hope you enjoy the read. Having a stammer from the age of four until the age of twenty-two was an experience that I would have rather not had. Even now at the age of forty-one I often contemplate where I would be and what I would be doing now if I had never had this type of speech impediment.

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