Trying to learn how to overcome stammering through reading should not be hard. The only problem is within your self- esteem through reading. In this article, I will explain to you exactly what I mean.
Ok. I will be real with you. I am a stutterer. And sometimes my stammer is heavy and other times it is not so heavy. I have to admit that I use to be so embarrass to speak infront of my fellow classmates, even though I'm good at speaking and at doing speeches.
Stuttering is something that is and will forever be part of me. It is also one of those things, however, I struggled with throughout my years of growing up. Actually, I just gotten use to and comfortable with my stammering habit about one year ago. Sad, but it's true.
Trust me, it was not easy, but I had to learn to feel ok with it. And when I say "feel ok with it", I mean still feeling positive and not embarrassed whenever I stutter while speaking.
Some people think that stammering is a disease. It's not! Stuttering can be controlled and one way to control your stammer is through reading. Whenever you read, and I'm not talking about to yourself or silently. Whenever you read outloud, you kind of give yourself a 2nd chance to talk without stammering, because you can always practice saying the word you stutter on or just sound it out slowly, so that your tongue can get a feeling of how the word is suppose to be said.
In most cases, people stammer heavy whenever they speak to fast without thinking or they're thinking to hard about not stammering. Sometimes stammering occurs whenever you don't breathe at a certain point of a word. Funny thing is that people that don't stutter will never understand what it's like to stammer.
Trust me, positive thinking plays a major role in your stuttering. In order to overcome stammering through reading, you really just have to block all negativity and self- consiousness aside. We as stutterers always dwell about what people think of us. Spend more time on what you think of yourself. So what if you stutter? There are famous people that got a stuttering problem and people love them. Why not you?
Do you really think these people dwelled on their stammering problem? I don't think so. So, this is what I want you to do. I want you to think positive when learning how to overcome stammering through reading. Trust me, it makes a huge difference.
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