Top 10 exercises for stuttering

In this video, I’ll show you ten exercises
that were instrumental in my own personal getting free from stuttering, so stay tuned. So here are ten exercises that helped me the
most on my way to freedom from stuttering. Some of these are speech exercises, some of
these are probably not, but this is the essence of what worked for me. Exercise Number One
Breaking Tension So speech impediments cause tension in our
body. And tension in our body causes speech impediments,
and this becomes a never ending cycle. We’re not going into science to really decide
which one causes the other one. It’s clear if you’re tensed you will stutter. It’s a clear sign that you are in a stuttering
mode. And you know that you will stutter even before
you start to speak. It’s okay to be kind of a bit anxious or
excited about speaking, but we don’t want our body to be covered and be held by this
tension. We want to break it physically, on a physical
level literally. How do we do that? There are many ways. I’ll give you a couple examples. First, dance. So when you dance, you literally break that
box of tension that is covering you, holding and pressing on you. Now it’s gone. Next, imagine you’re moving a very hard
object like an old-fashioned piano; you need to put an effort, a real effort to move it. Next one, combine moving okay maybe dancing
or just moving your body with speaking You just combine moving and speaking. Okay, just be creative again here but feel that you break
the tension and you say something at the same time. It shouldn’t be a long sentence necessarily. It can be just a sound like boom, boom, boom. And be free, be stupid, be silly it’s your
home exercise; be free. Let’s move to the next one. Exercise Number Two
Voice and Breathing So it’s pretty much the same as with tension. Our speech impediments cause our voice to
be very shallow coming from the thorax, and our breathing is interrupted with blocks and
repetitions. And this facilitates speech impediments
creating that never-ending circle, so we want to do something about it as well. So what we can do, we can sing and read out
loud using our lower part of the chest rather than thorax. There are many apps out there that provide
you with the piano so you can kind of play, and you can sing, and you always can feel
with your hand where your voice and breathing is coming from. And you can read out loud using lower voice. It’s not that we want to use that lower
voice all the time, but it gives you the feeling of where your breathing and your voice should
come from to be round, deep and strong. Exercise Number Three
Articulation Here are two things actually. First, preparing our speaking mechanism and
preparing out mouth muscles for speaking. It may look funny or stupid, but I usually
do like all sorts of manipulating with my mouth to really feel comfortable that I do
open it when I speak. That’s the first thing. And second, while we speak maybe that’s
my personal problem; we usually don’t open mouths because it’s again covered with tension
and by our articulating before speaking and while speaking, we break that tension. Again, maybe that’s my personal big problem,
but if I don’t do these exercises, my speaking turns into mumbling literally. Let’s head on to the next one. Exercise Number Four
Relaxation So relaxing is very important before speaking. There are many exercises; we can relax but
what is most important is how we combine speaking with relaxation. As a result of saying a phrase, we should
not gather tension; we should not get tense. We should get relaxed. We should enjoy our speaking. How do we do that? The most efficient way to relax a muscle is
to put tension on it and then relax. So we gather tension and then relax and then
we add saying a sound into this breathing out and then saying a word and then saying
a phrase, so we go like, I’m saying this phrase in one exhale. I don’t need any other breathing in the
course of saying it so we can produce and model the right way how we say the whole phrase
from the beginning till the end in one exhale without any interruptions or impediments. Let’s move to the next one. Exercise Number Five
Acting I believe that getting free from stuttering
is more about personal change, development, call it whatever, than medical intervention. There is no medical cure, or medical pill
you can swallow or take and stop stuttering and a lot here is about role play about role-modeling. It’s like in programming, you can put a
word or sign which means a whole set of operations, actions, qualities information, so you put
a word, insert a word, and it launches the whole algorithm of operations there. It’s pretty much the same with stuttering,
we get into certain settings, and it triggers, it launches the state of anxiety and tension
we’re getting tuned into stuttering. We are ready for it. We lose the battle even before confronting
the enemy. So one of the things we can play with is acting,
that is taking different roles and expanding our perception of ourselves as people who
stutter. Take a book, any book that you like and try
to role play, use lower voice, relaxation, articulation, move your body, all the previous
exercises. Be really free to try to pass those feelings,
those emotions. Be free to be someone else. And I’m not saying that it’s going to
change everything. It’s not like oh now I’m James Bond, and
I’ve been pressing the wrong button; I’ll click this one this time, and it goes boom! It’s not that easy, but it’s a great exercise. Please don’t underestimate it, just do the
work, do it and see how it goes. Okay, to the next one. Exercise Number Six
Using Hand as a Foundation Now all the previous exercises we’ve done
today, they are just warming up. Because all the exercises, your lower voice,
your relaxation, your acting, your articulation they all fade away usually when we confront
our real-life situations, our real-life settings, boom we forgot everything. So we need a foundation we can put on all those exercises and make
them work automatically. For me, it was using hand. Actually, that’s the heart of the method
that I used. Basically, we use our hand, we put it on our
thigh or put it on any other part of your body but thigh is very natural, and we
do the same thing. First, just relax and press with a thumb on
the thigh. And then we put a sound, say a sound, and
then we put a word and then phrase, several syllables and any kind of phrase that we want
to say in one exhale. So we say everything we want to say and one
exhale. So I used like several fingers like 1,2,3,4,
so in the end of the program, you put several sounds, several syllables on one finger. If you use any other technique or will use
any other technique just think about, what is the foundation you can put your exercise
on so that they stick together not fall apart when you’re facing real-time situation. Let’s move to the next one. Exercise Number Seven
Applying New Speaking Skills in Social Settings This is not a speech exercise obviously but
I want to emphasize it as separate exercise. Basically, it’s the most important by far
and the most difficult of all exercises. Whatever technique or method you’re using
you want to make sure that you actually use it in your real-life so it becomes your new
automated pattern. When you have positive experience in your
real-life, it builds up a new muscle memory pretty fast. It’s not that if I stuttered for 10 years
now I need 10 years of this new positive experience. No! The transition goes pretty fast. It was probably the same time as it took for
stuttering speaking pattern to develop. It was not one day when you were born, you
didn’t stutter the first moment. It took some time to develop. Here’s the same thing, it takes some time
to over weigh all those stuttering experiences with the new pattern and for it to become
your automated pattern. When it comes to speaking there are two buttons
and one it like fades really and you’re speaking mechanism all clicks on the right
one and launches it the right way. So it’s extremely important, it’s extremely
hard and difficult. And I’ll probably make a separate video
about how difficult and why it is so difficult; going into details and giving practical tips
how to deal with that, how to approach that to better get through it. Let’s go to the next one. Exercise Number Eight
Recording and Diary Recording is a great thing to do if you’ve
done all the previous exercises, if you have your new speaking skills and if you’re applying
them, try to apply them in real-life and want to see how well you’re doing. Because we perceive ourselves very differently
from the actual thing and I love recording myself using Photo Booth so I can have video,
when I’m making phone calls. When you’re in the street or in some social
setting you can use your smartphone, you can use voice recorder. There are many options but you really want
to see yourself objectively because again, we perceive ourselves very differently. Diary is a great thing to analyze your feelings,
your emotions especially when we have negative experience. For sure you will have negative experiences
whatever method you’re using. And you need to see that you did well here
and there. Diary is like a good friend that supports
you who is always positive and who is ready to help. Let’s move to the next one. Exercise Number Nine
Accountability Partners If you try to remember the latest movies you
watched, the books you read where people acted like real heroes, you probably can notice
that they act like real heroes because they wanted to save somebody, they wanted to defend,
protect, help somebody so they acted like heroes because of somebody else. Let’s call those somebody else ‘accountability
partners’ because if no one knows, no one cares about your effort to get free from stuttering
there’s a big chance that you won’t have enough motivation, enough ‘why’ behind that, why
you’re doing it so that’s a great reason to look for accountability partners. And you can find friends; a great place to
find friends who also stutter is National Stuttering Association Conferences that take
place every year. There are also Facebook groups like Stuttering
Community and some other where you also can find accountability partners. If you go thinking, oh yeah it’s a great
thing I’ll do it someday, Come on do it now! Send me a Facebook message or write me an e-mail
say, “Andrey I want you to be my accountability partner,” and I will. Let’s go to the next one. Exercise Number Ten
Challenge Yourself to Expand Your Land The biggest enemy of ours is fear. And fear actually is a good thing; it prevents
us from doing dangerous things so we can stay safe. But in our case we have a lot of fears connected
with our speaking; what will they think about me, I’ll look stupid, I’ll feel badly, I’ll feel ashamed. A lot of fears and they come down to one thing,
fear of speech. And this fear of speech goes from the
box of all our fears to the box of stuttering. It becomes part of stuttering. I want to repeat that, fear of speech is part
of stuttering not a separate thing and it facilitates, it supports, it feeds our stuttering,
strengthens our stuttering. What we want to do, we want to face that fear. A great way to do it is to have a 30-day challenge. Put yourself in a 30-day challenge, have a
diary and everyday do something small can be very small little thing like asking a new
person, approaching a new person, asking for a new thing, going to a new coffee shop, asking
for a new meal. Everything you feel scary you put it on the
list and you have that 30-day challenge and do every day something small but something
new to expand your land. Of course, this works best if you already
have new speaking skills and you want to apply them in real-life, you have a seed that you
want to grow. If you don’t have that method or technique
to use, you still can use that challenge, you can start with this challenge because
the way to freedom from stuttering starts in our minds, starts with these small victories
expanding our land. For more speech exercises join my Improve
Program. You can find the link down below this video. It’s absolutely free and it’s a good challenge
to expand your land, you can take right now. If you’re watching this somewhere besides blog head over to the blog, and leave a comment, I love them, I read
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  1.…th.. thank y..y….you. This H..h..h..helped me al..l..l…lot.

  2. Should i speak in higher tone of voice or lower?

  3. Hey Aundrey, do you want to know something? My stutter has reduced dramatically and I am getting closer to eliminating it, but I am still not there yet.

  4. hai sir….i am 21 years old…i am also stammering…how to overcome it….plsss say some ideas….that is very helpful for my life

  5. thanks …

  6. Iam Indian,iam really Blessed from ur words😇

  7. Great advises and tips

  8. I am also a stutterer… i cant say any thing without sturring.. i have same problem as shivani joshi….

  9. I stutter more in Spanish then English .. am Mexican by the way!

  10. I stutter when I an nervous

  11. I just subscribed. I hope you can help me!

  12. I watch this video today 18 June 2018, I will do it hoping it will be great help. N I will reply back again

  13. This made me smile

  14. Great sir You are doing a great job here

  15. Because of stammering,i am always afraid of answering questions,i can write perfectly well but I can't speak in the public

  16. when I stutter i feel like I can't breath

  17. This helped me

  18. Really enjoying this video. Thank you for your help and advice.

  19. i used to stammer a lot at once. but later i found out what the reason is . why we stammer , how can i tackle it.
    try to observe one thing and you would probably find that you stammer when you get excite. never ever ever get excited while talking, if you have a stammering problem.
    one more thing, try to focus on the letters on which you stammer a lot , even at the start. for example i used to stammer on the letter "T" and "P " N and some more. well i tackle all the stammering problem in me. and now i work in a BPO (call center) . and you might know that working in a call center is only possible if you have a clear speach. I've cleared Versant test also.

  20. Hola me pueden decir alguna técnica para no tartamudear ? En español por favor

  21. Wow didn’t realize how many other people are out there that stutter too. It holds me back so much & im so sick of it. People don’t understand how hard it is to not be able to control something as simple as talking.

  22. I'm doing a oral on Monday and I'm scared that I will stutter

  23. I hope I have the best year of school.. I have social anxiety,anxiety.depression and ptsd I hope I don’t stutter .. I can’t even pronounce my own name 🤦🏾‍♂️😐.
    But when I’m comfortable and hanging with my bro I talk nirmal we have normal conversations but when I’m somewhere public I get anxious and can barely talk ..

  24. Egyptian people are you here stutter ???

  25. Thank you

  26. Sir I can't say my name in class
    And when I am alone or with friend i can easily speak
    So sir pls help me

  27. Thankz a lot brother.. much love.. made my day ♥

  28. 100% God bless man. 👊 loosen up kids! dont take shit too serious….

  29. Is maditation also can cure stamring sir?

  30. very nice

  31. So basically, what you're saying is when I'm in the post office and I'm about to speak to the person behind the desk, I am supposed to start dancing? Cool! That should get me well relaxed and chilled in no time.

  32. Stuttering is mainly an issue at work for me. It's just a part time job but a majority of my interactions have me tripping over words, stammering, or sometimes straight up just spouting gibberish. I hate it.

  33. I wonder if we have this issue because of the childhood trauma. I have had pretty bad childhood with constant criticism from the family members, ignorance etc. Wanna know if other people suffering from this issue also faced some kind of problems during their childhood.

  34. I was a severe stutterer for 33 years. My name is Joe Riggs, and despite the stutter I still became an acclaimed Mentalist, lecturer & consultant. But i hated it, every second of it. I started out as a magician in my early twenties and was able to hide behind the "coolness" of my work, to give me a false sense of confidence. It caused so much emotional hell and self esteem destruction. Yet you wouldn't know that by meeting me. As a performer I was very able to project an attitude of "I stutter and I don't care, I'm too cool to care." That was bullshit though, it tortured me. But then a few months ago I found an old stuttering techniques book in a used bookshop, and after much practice, I NO LONGER stutter. That moment changed my life forever. The esteem and confidence has caused me to lose 77 pounds, get in shape, and do so many things I never did before. I walk on stage now and address my audiences fluent, and confident. Which is something I never thought I would experience. The concept basically was to slightly slow down while simultaneously focusing on Melody and Inflection. Sounds simple, and in many ways it is. But it really was a breakthrough. It is related to the fact that most do not stutter when they do impersonations, I see it as impersonating yourself, adding a hint of melody and inflection. There is a bit more to it but that is the crux. I am considering helping other stutterers, using a mixture of the techniques that cured me as well as some of the psychological techniques I use in my work. I will never charge a cent, I just desperately want others to know you don't have to feel that way, or, talk that way. And you are not alone. Anyways, love the video. Very inspiring. Already incorporating some of your tips into my new routine.

  35. Can you please upload your video with subtitles 😊

  36. Did you stutter before?

  37. Hello Andrey! Are you from Russia? I am trying to find some useful information for my russian stutterer friend, but his english is even more worse than mine))
    Can we communicate with you in russian?
    Thank you.

  38. Sir I have stammering problem as I m unable to speak some words like air urna English England etc plz tell me how to correct it

  39. I’ve stutter since I was little but now as an adult it has worsen. I get stuck more when people ask me questions like what’s your name and other simple things. I’m so tired of it because at the end of the day I feel like crap and can’t stop thinking of how bad my stuttering is. It gets worse when i speak my second language.

  40. Don't guess that I fear about how I look like when stuttering, just thinking I bother other people If i talk with them; because Dad said I'm Annoying him 🌚💔.

  41. I dont stutter but when im on a call i stutter alot and i cant say alot of words like it sucks they ask me something and i can even say a word

  42. Hello Andrey your videos are awesome and I have tried this tips for 2 weeks and it's really helpful, but I still have some problems while telling a story or a personal experience so what advise can you give me? Make a video if possible please.

  43. I was a stammerer too but now i improved by this simple process, do this everyday for some days you will definately see the good results 1) take the any good few sentences which you fell its hard to say, may be 5 to 6 lines /and i also recommend make your own facial video) video making is for your own analysis. 2)read them in your most comfortable pitch and sound level in your own way. 3)after reading them you will know where and when at certain point of time you stuck. you can also underline at what words do you stuck which reading and you can also refer your video where and how do you stuck. 4)now practise reading the same sentences at very slow pace. while you read slow, you gradually pay attention of ur own throat muscles, how they fuctions with the combination of our own throat and mouth muscles to make a audible speech. there is also a breathing process involved in the play. You just need to observe your own body. Slow paced reading make you understand how do ur throat muscles actually works while you say variety of words. this helps
    hepl you to get the better understanding for the process of speech making of ur mouth. My main point in telling you all this is to understand and observe your own throat & mouth, try to get to know why do they function differently for different words.For me, slow reading helped me for better understanding myself. Now i speak more fluently and in some days i even fell its gonna go forever.!!!

  44. I am 19 years old . I have this problem right from childhood.i don't have his problem while with friends. I face it often when I asked to answer something I am able to produce words only by hiting someone thing or shouting my leg . Many people see me as weird when I do this. I pretend to this more than anything in the world.pls help me out

  45. hey man nice, video. exercise #5 was interesting. was curious if your using a different voice to help ?  thanks for sharing, you spoke with great poise, and fluency

  46. Whats amazing is that one day i was told i have to give a presentation infront of the whole class. I was nervous at first but i gradually built up confidence and when i did the presentation i was amazed that i didnt stutter on a single word!! I spoke fluently without any problem!! It was a great achievement for me!! I also noticed that i dont stutter when i move my hands when i speak

  47. Using nose to breathe can help? Because i use my mouth to breathe

  48. I would speak so fast and would say a word multiple times

  49. Nothing works on me. I think I will stutter for my entire life

  50. Thank you so much. Your techniques are really helping. Speech therapy is so expensive and has never been covered by our insurance. Thank you for your free program.

  51. I stutter alot but When I sing songs I always go with proper flow. Does this happens to everyone?

  52. I'm in a quandry here. I spoke badly from about 8, it started getting better really when I was in my late 20s. I am not sure why, it just started improving. At 40 years old, I now take many things for granted… I was in the post office today, for instance, and never gave it a second thought when I went to the counter and had to speak. But I still experience much problems informal situations, especially group situations which have a small "window of opportunity" through which to speak. I think being unable to participate in group conversation for much of my childhood and adult life has left me with an inability to see where these windows are, and the anxiety about that causes that familiar faltering at the start of a word. Anyway, after a hard time at a social event I want to see if I can improve further with exercises. I already do 20 minutes everyday on my own various speaking exercises and have done for many years. But I am worried, if I start to take apart and analyse my speaking, am I going to start over analyzing and getting anxious in all situations again? I couldn't risk losing the gains I've made.

  53. Omg I hate when trying to say something and I start stuttering and then my friends start to speak and then my stuttering gets worst and I just want to cry

  54. The thing is control ur eye muscles and look straight on the occasion of speaking and speak with the high voice. Try tiz. It will definitely help. It helped me. Have a good day

  55. Did you just push your voice into saying YouTube at the end of this video? Haha, I got the same problem, most of the times I can’t even say the You-part, and it takes me a lot of effort to say it. I’m a stutterer, ever since I was a child, but it has gotten worse now that I’m in my 40’s.

  56. thank tho, i will practice and i hope i could avoid stutter, and who ever read this, and also a stutterer, i hope you also could avoid stutter forever in your life, have a nice day, and keep do good things 🙂

  57. my friend circle makes fun of me because i Stutter ,sometimes i feel like crying
    what should i do???

  58. Very nice video sir

  59. Hello everyone, I am a stutter. I don’t see any stutter around my area, so I created a club(on discord) that we can all hang out, share our experiences and play video games.


  60. Does speech therapy works perfectly???

  61. Good video

  62. Thank you so much for sharing these supra useful video :)) very appreciated, Really me a lot when I have to do a public speaking.

  63. 2 years ago i didn't stutter at all. I had a period with a lot of stress because of an entering exam for medical school. after i passed the exam i started stuttering and i didn't got rid of it. this recent 2 years were difficult for making new friends because of the stuttering. When i talk to someone it is often difficult to say the first word in a sentence, then i talk really loud and stutter or i just shut up. i didn't find a solution to this problem jet. sometimes i stop stuttering for a couple weeks but it always comes back. Sorry for the spelling errors, my language is dutch.

  64. When i chose hotel management as my career ppl told I'd never get a job in that field today I'm selected for a 5star hotel in Australia and i stutter till now

  65. I've been stuttering almost for my whole life. I'm 23yrs i wish to get a friend whom will be motivating each other.Any one plz

  66. I stutter when I hang out with my friends, and whever I try to make a funny joke. The stuttering always stops me from making that funny joke.
    I also stutter when I am around girls that I like. I get nervous, I don't know what to say, and when I respond to them, I always stutter. Sometimes I think I will never find a girl and die a virgin.

  67. Hello sir !! I am not really having stuttering prblm for all my speech but when I start a word with letters like T,M,K,C,P in speaking i feel a block is happening in my throat and not able to complete my sentence…this is too happening more in public..bcos of this i need to replace similiar words to that actual word what i need to talk…it really makes an awkward situation when am with frnds nd families 😔..pls give a solution to this

  68. I'm 18 and when I was younger I stuttered alot worst then now cause I'm starting to overcome it a bit but once and now it really hits me hard the stutter when I introduce myself for example it kicks in hard so my goal is to overcome it completely and speak fluent when I'm 19 cause I also want to be a motivational speaker so I'm working hard to overcome it completely like get out of my system

  69. In school I sing silently when my roll no is going to come when my roll no comes it's easy saying present sir use this method or take 2 hours to say "present sir"

  70. I'm in first year of law college.. Dere's always a prblm with communication n my voice sound so kiddo due to stammer I'm afraid i'll lose

  71. What can you say , you just need to face it , learn about it and try to do things like this guy in the video said.
    I have done 6 yrs of studying and I am 25 and I still stutter but never giving up is the key.
    Recently I got a call from a university, and the way I talk it was like 😂😂😂😂 , so embarrassing but you need to get the hold of it.
    It is curable💪💪💪, keep working on it like every muscle in the body.

  72. I'm 28 and have always stuttered. The dancing one helps me the most if I'm on the phone at home on my own but not as easy to dance Infront of customers at work!

  73. Non stutterers are so damn lucky cause they don't know the feeling of not being able to speak normally and not being humiliated when talking.

  74. Great tip, great video

  75. you are right about breaking tension. When i exercise regularly,I feel like I'm stronger.

  76. I hope this works.. I REALLY REALLY REALLY x10000 want to stop 😭
    Edit: please

  77. I really hate when I stutter especially that my Teacher alway picks me to recite or read long statements that would lead me to stuttering.I just wish that it would be gone someday.I feel embarrassed in my school as a 13yr old

  78. Where are all my introvert friends

  79. When I alone I speak proper nd with full flow but in public and in shop I can not speak with flow I stramring what his solution ?

  80. Sir u face stamring problem ? Plz tell me or ur not stamring

  81. We have the time pressure to say the things you wanna say . When we see other people, an alarm system works on our mind to say everything soo fast and get everything out quickly. That’s the problem. Normally people take their time to express themselves.
    Try this .
    From now on, stop committing to other people to say as fast as you can and take your own time to say! Don’t think about what or how to say the words . Just focus on your comfortable pace. Remember how effortless and confident you speak alone . Just like that !!’You will recover !!! It’s just a habit . Not a disorder .

    I changed this habit and completely stop stuttering 5 yrs ago after struggling long 25 yrs . Every stuttering habit is different. I don’t know it works for everyone. Just give a try . Especially people are fluent when they are alone . Good luck👍

  82. Use crutches and meditate!

  83. Am a security guard and the job involve radio communications..i want to quit cos I do stature sometimes and it stresses and makes me very uncomfortable

  84. If u stutter only in front of stranger or in anxiety then acc to my personal experience n knowledge about body meditation is the best thing u can do.

  85. These are very good tips

  86. I sometimes cannot say the word Present miss or sir in class 🤦🏼‍♀️ i need your help this damn slutter make complex and anxiety’s as well as panic Can anyone suggests me the best way to overcome sluttering

  87. My friends finish my sentences every single time and cause of stuttering i have pretty much no social life

  88. There are people that don’t stutter or stammer and are shy and the only reason I’m shy or just stick to myself is because I stutter

  89. I hate presentations because I stutter

  90. my friend doesnt care i stutter

  91. i had issues in primary school with stuttering and half way through high school i sorta only spoke 3 to 4 word sentences only coz i was to scared to say any more but gradually i added more and more words and in my 20s i just gained confidence .for the next 15 years i didn't stutter at all because i think may be because i was confident . but the last 12 mths im 38 now and im stuttering a lot and all the memories from school is flooding back .im feeling depressed and climbing back in my shell .not sure what to do

  92. So many things to say, but not being able to say them

  93. I stutter. I honestly would hate being like this all my life. I try to be more social, because there's something exciting about the idea of not stuttering and being able to have normal conversation, and that motivates me, to keep practicing.

  94. I got a drama play in French will this help its TOMORROW and every practice my group is pissed at me

  95. Sluttering is deep inside subconscious mind so you have to reprogram the subconscious mind ,as we know subconscious mind is so powerful , so ,you have to do self hypnosis (30 min duration ) before sleeping at night , In self hypnosis ,you have to speak in reality in normal and fluent way ,in 1st person visualisation , During speaking you have to focus only on thought or subject which you want to say Don't be self conscious of speaking , you have to trust your mind that your mind will automatically change my thought to vocal speaking , I have to only focus on subject and other conscious. And FINALLY important thing ,since stammering is deep inside subconscious mind and we know subconscious mind is so powerful , so we have to remove all this garbage from our subconscious mind , so ,for that ,You have to do CATHARSIS MEDITATION (daily 1 hour) which was given by Osho for deep cleaning of subconscious mind , and for piece of mind you have to do WITNESSING and VIPASSANA meditation (daily 1 hour) after doing CATHARSIS MEDITATION

  96. When I’m rapping Ian stuttering but sometimes when I’m talking to someone I do

  97. When am alone I speak slowly.. Clearly
    But when infront of people I speak fast and people are dint understand..
    Sir suggest a good idea?

  98. When I stutter I feel freezed up and my jaws tight, when I’m giving a speech out I freeze up and my heart beets crazy I feel embarrassed 😩 and I feel like people will say “ That girl over there needs help talking” I feel stupid.. so I hope this helps.

  99. In My School I stutter if iwant to talk with any Teacher

  100. Hey, I found out that when I talk to myself I’m holding my breath which won’t make me stutter but talking to someone makes me breath in the middle of a word. Now I’m practicing this and I’ve seen major major major improvement

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