Is stammering is something to be ashamed of?

 
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28 February 2020 03:47
 

There are few friends of mine who stutter or stammer, they tend to have low confidence talking to a stranger. Because they think that this will look bad on them and have a bad effect on their personality. But I don’t think it is something to be ashamed of. Do any of you guys know someone who has this common disease known as https://www.scientificanimations.com/medical-animation-stammering-symptoms-causes-treatment/ stammering.
If you guys know anything about it, give me some idea so that I can make my friend feel good.

 
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28 February 2020 09:11
 

Using stammering or RAD to promote a website here would be shameful. What are you up to?

 
 
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28 February 2020 11:33
 
Nhoj Morley - 28 February 2020 09:11 AM

Using stammering or RAD to promote a website here would be shameful. What are you up to?

Nn—nn—nn—nnot th—th—th—that!

 
 
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02 March 2020 00:15
 
Nhoj Morley - 28 February 2020 09:11 AM

Using stammering or RAD to promote a website here would be shameful. What are you up to?

I am a regular reader of the blogs of that website “scientific animation”, so if i am mentioning it, it doesn’t mean that I am promoting it. And if I like that blogs why can’t I put them in my discussions.

 
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02 March 2020 00:22
 

Pardon our caution… but until you carry on a discussion it is hard to distinguish you from a sock promoter. Please carry on.

 
 
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Nhoj Morley - 02 March 2020 12:22 AM

Pardon our caution… but until you carry on a discussion it is hard to distinguish you from a sock promoter. Please carry on.

Thanks for understanding my point of view, but no one explains to me that is my friend should really be ashamed of stammering.

 
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06 March 2020 06:59
 
himanshusag23 - 06 March 2020 03:56 AM


Thanks for understanding my point of view, but no one explains to me that is my friend should really be ashamed of stammering.

I don’t expect anyone here will say that your friend should be ashamed of stammering. It is understandable why someone who stammers might feel embarrassment or shame when around those who do not offer patience or understanding.

With strangers, a quick “Pardon my stammer, but… ” might inform that it is a speech impediment and not some other thing. Most folks know that stammer-ers have an intact intelligence.

 
 
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Nhoj Morley - 06 March 2020 06:59 AM
himanshusag23 - 06 March 2020 03:56 AM


Thanks for understanding my point of view, but no one explains to me that is my friend should really be ashamed of stammering.

I don’t expect anyone here will say that your friend should be ashamed of stammering. It is understandable why someone who stammers might feel embarrassment or shame when around those who do not offer patience or understanding.

With strangers, a quick “Pardon my stammer, but… ” might inform that it is a speech impediment and not some other thing. Most folks know that stammer-ers have an intact intelligence.

“Pardon my stammer, but,” I think the line is going to benefit him.