For people with fluent speech, it is difficult to imagine what it must be like for a person to sink.
Passing life with speech is very difficult and sometimes stutterer will admire a little more compasion.
After defeating the jam itself, I asked some of my friends that they thought life was like having an intense jam. I have some quite few different answers that bother me.
"I always think that you feel sorry for myself and you do out that your sink is a very nasty problem. It's not like you can't talk at all?
I also feel at times that you lack courage like always ask Tony to order your drink for you. "
Then Paul gave his opinion:
"I find it quite funny that sometimes you will speak really well but within minutes you can not get the word. "
Ashley joined in:
"I am sorry for you, see you struggle, quite painful to watch. "-This is a better review!
"I'm glad I did not get stuck, but what I think you want to understand is that you are not the only one with problems and problems. I was very impressed that you managed to overcome it even though.
I felt most annoying by the comments from Jim and answered:
"So do you think that there is not a bad sink then Jim? OK, I challenged you to reach the bar and ordered pint of lager, but when you order I want to jam in some words. "
I showed him that I wanted him to say the command when I talked. Then I said:
"After you have stuttered in the word I want you to see how it feels and will experience how people look at you. Then you may understand a little more of what I go through. "
Jim refuses this challenge even after the intense amount of stimulation and teasing from different members of our group.
There is poor jam and when someone is stuck for help, please offer them full support.