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    #1 EmotionDuck

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    Posted 02 August 2019 - 06:59 AM

    Hello!

     

    My partner noticed that I stutter sometimes when I am in little space. Has anyone ever had/encountered the same thing? is it normal?

     

    Sometimes it takes a minute to say a sentence. So I force myself out of space to have a conversation with my partner. My partner isn't against it, he finds it cute and starts to say encouraging or cute stuff when I speak, but it doesn't help. 

     

    When I have these moments, I know the sentence in my head, I want to say it. But I start to repeat the same sound, and can't stop fixating on it. When I am passed that sound, I sometimes repeat the word and a beginning sound of the next word.

     

    It's not a big problem, tho. When I am big, I don't do it, maybe for a second after I went out of little space, but I guess it's adjusting back to normal speech. 

     

    Is there a way to stop stuttering? Or something that could help to reduce it?

     


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    Posted 02 August 2019 - 03:08 PM

    Well i sometimes do in or out of little space. Thats just me i suppose cant help ya there x
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    Posted 02 August 2019 - 05:47 PM

    Hello!

     

    My partner noticed that I stutter sometimes when I am in little space. Has anyone ever had/encountered the same thing? is it normal?

     

    Sometimes it takes a minute to say a sentence. So I force myself out of space to have a conversation with my partner. My partner isn't against it, he finds it cute and starts to say encouraging or cute stuff when I speak, but it doesn't help. 

     

    When I have these moments, I know the sentence in my head, I want to say it. But I start to repeat the same sound, and can't stop fixating on it. When I am passed that sound, I sometimes repeat the word and a beginning sound of the next word.

     

    It's not a big problem, tho. When I am big, I don't do it, maybe for a second after I went out of little space, but I guess it's adjusting back to normal speech. 

     

    Is there a way to stop stuttering? Or something that could help to reduce it?

    Usually stuttering is related to anxiety . Do you notice feeling on edge, or something else is in your mind during little space?

     

    Also a tip: if you think you'll stutter, you'll stutter alot more. Try to take deep breaths, and tell yourself first what you want to say. Then try to say it to the person you want to. Hope this helps a bit


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    #4 EmotionDuck

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    Posted 03 August 2019 - 02:04 AM

    Usually stuttering is related to anxiety . Do you notice feeling on edge, or something else is in your mind during little space?

     

    Also a tip: if you think you'll stutter, you'll stutter alot more. Try to take deep breaths, and tell yourself first what you want to say. Then try to say it to the person you want to. Hope this helps a bit

     

    Well, most of the time there are too much thoughts in the head, when I start to. But not necessarily bad or anxious, just too many rushing thoughts and ideas. 

    And sometimes it comes during the nights (we are in LDR, so I wake up in the middle of the night or don't sleep to have a conversation before bed with him), but during nights I am more sensitive and fussier. 

     

    Thank you very much for the tip! I will try to do it next time  :heart:



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    Posted 17 August 2019 - 10:56 AM

    I stutter when I am little, if i am very upset or scared. It's happend like 2 times for me, i uses to stutter when I was a young kid though, so it's not surprising that when i'm deep enough into little space and scared or hurt enough that this comes back. I just need to be reminded to slow down and breath.

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    Posted 17 August 2019 - 01:37 PM

    I have an issue with stuttering constantly, and what helps is to avoid thinking about stuttering. Whenever I think about the stutter and stuttering in general I tend to stutter even more. Also I'll pause and take a moment to gather my words and let my mouth settle before trying again, sometimes making weird noises or blowing raspberries to "clear my mouth" as i call it. Kinda like gibberish to reset my speech.



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    Posted 18 August 2019 - 10:28 AM

    i don stutter but my thought process is slowed an it takes me a while to fully grasp what i wanna say and takes a while to get what i wanna say out. im basically a toddler


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    Posted 07 September 2019 - 09:42 AM

    I stutter when I'm little. I find it happens when my mind is busy and I can't Express my thoughts very well. Sometimes I find it quite frustrating or I feel embarrassed about it. My daddy encourages me slow down and take my time.

    Like others back said it's best not to fixate on the stutter as that can make it worse. Easier said than done.

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