Are you one of the many who suffer with a saying called stammering? Your jam/stammer makes you very disappointed in some time? Have you ever attended a speech therapy in the past in the hope that it will help improve your speech? I am a person who has overcome the jam, and now I help others to achieve fluency. In this article, I write about the disappointment and emotions that the person who jam will have to deal with.
When I got stuck, it creates a different pattern of emotions inside me. I am really ashamed of having this talk and do not want to talk to the problem with anybody. My family, especially my parents, even today is unaware of the difficulties with the speech that makes me, during my time at school and in late my teenage. Even when I had really bad days at school, I would not talk about what happened to my parents. I will instead just go to my bedroom and try to forget it.
I also feel very sorry for myself. I always believe that I am a good guy and do not think I deserve to have this scary jam. There are so many people in my class that in my opinion deserves to have a lot more jam than I do, but in fact I will not want to stick to everybody.
There was a jam that made me feel less from someone I was considered as normal. I am not able to socialize with the ease of what others seem and experienced very traumatic in the classroom when trying to read out of such books.
Even though I have a problem, it might be quite good to talk about. I do not understand why I can talk to someone but not someone, which gives me a lot of disappointment.
When I was about sixteen, I started drinking alcohol. This has a significant impact on my words that I can say well when I'm screwed. This proves to me that there must be a chance that I can overcome the sink.
The word therapist and the negative National association have many years trying to convince me to accept my jam and have told me that there is no cure to speech jams. How can this be correct if I am permanently, where I can get fluency, have to heal in itself. Of course, it is incorrect or healthy to be screwed permanently, but I'm sure you know what I mean.
I found some work hard to succeed when I had a sink. Making and receiving phone calls is hard for me. I look back and can not believe that I cope with working in an office environment for six years while I had a sink. I remember that traveling to work felt sick in my stomach through stress and fear.
Ordering drinks and food at the bar will guide people to attend meetings and work interviews as other aspects of my life, which makes everything harder without being able to speak fluent.
My advice to someone who has a problem of talking to the sink is to not give up, believe in yourself and your own abilities, in one day, achieving fluency. Do not listen to the negative people who try to convince you that there is no cure for the tub. Most of the people who say this to you will never be stuck and will have no idea how our brains work.