By The Stuttering Foundation of America, Stephen B. Hood
A very outstanding publication and all-time bestseller! it is a extraordinary booklet of remedy suggestion. What makes it designated is that each article has been written through women and men who stutter themselves. each one of them has been `through the mill' and is familiar with what it truly is to have skilled the terror, nervousness, and depression that's so usually the lot of these who stutter. each one focuses on the remedy of stuttering and every relates what she or he believes might help you. Twenty-eight experts together with Van Riper, Sheehan, Breitenfeldt, Ramig, Molt, Quesal, Manning, St. Louis, Rentschler, Starbuck, Gregory, Sheehan,and many extra.
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To observe merely that you repeat, for example, is not sufficiently descriptive to be helpful to you later. Ask yourself what size unit is repeated: a sound? a syllable? a word? How many times is a syllable repeated when stuttering mildly? When stuttering severely? Where within the word does the repeated portion occur: at the beginning? Further within the word? At a fast rate? Is the repeated portion done 27 with effort? Examine each type of stuttering behavior that you do in similar detail Fifth, develop ability to cope with the stuttering moment itself.
Struggle and tension. The most important key in learning how to do this is openness: getting more of the iceberg above the surface, being yourself, not struggling and fighting against each block and looking your listener calmly in the eye, never giving up in a speech attempt once started, never avoiding words or ducking out of situations, taking the initiative in speaking even when doing a lot of stuttering. All these are fundamental in any successful recovery from stuttering. You can stutter your way out of this problem.
You can do something about this fear, if you have the courage. You can be open about your stuttering, above the surface. You can learn to go ahead and speak anyway, to go forward in the face of fear. In short, you can be yourself. Then you’ll lose the insecurity that always comes from posing. You’ll reduce that part of the iceberg beneath the surface. And this is the part that has to go first. Just being yourself, being open about your stuttering, will give you a lot of relief from tension. Here are two principles which you can use to your advantage, once you understand them: they are (1) your stuttering doesn’t hurt you; (2) your fluency doesn’t do you any good.
Advice to Those Who Stutter by The Stuttering Foundation of America, Stephen B. Hood