How to Stop Stuttering and Stammering

Author: William Mauphrey

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If you or someone you love suffers from constant or occasional stuttering, and you want to learn how to get rid of this condition without expensive speech therapy, then this book is for you!Stuttering is an embarrassing condition in which we try to get a word out, but will often involuntarily repeat or prolong a sound, syllable, word or phrase. Sometimes, stuttering comes in the form of silence, when someone is unable to produce any sound at all. Luckily, if you have a stuttering or stammering problem, you do not have to live with it for the rest of your life. There are many ways to get over your stutter without the expense of a speech therapist. In this book, we're going to take a look at seven of these ways, and how you can benefit from them to get rid of this frustrating and embarrassing condition.
Health & Fitness

Stop Stammering Today - Natural Ways to Kill Your Stutter

Author: Jasmyn Myles

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Have you ever wondered how you can stop your stuttering without spending thousands of dollars? Let me guess... You most probably have tried some kind of stuttering treatment one way or another at some point in your life... or may be you always wanted to but you just couldn't afford it. Treating stuttering requires a solid step by step plan of action. I know of a secret natural remedy for getting rid of stuttering that is not only guaranteed to help stop stammering, but have been proven to work for THOUSANDS of people just like you. This eBook is the complete and most comprehensive guide on getting rid of stuttering completely and how to speak fluently with some home remedies and natural therpies. This Guide Extensively Deals With: ## You Are Not Your Stammer! ## Stuttering - Causes and Types ## Stutterers of the World - You Are Not Alone ## Stammering in Your Child - The Common Causes ## Gender Link and Stuttering ## How Do I Know My Type of Stuttering? ## Children Stuttering - What is Normal and What is Not? ## Do You Suffer from Neurogenic Stuttering? ## Stuttering-Stammering is Genetic - or Not? ## Dealing With Stuttering in Toddlers ## Stuttering in Primary School Children ## Negative Habits and Stammering ## Stammering – It’s All about Attitudes ## Stuttering and Communication Success - Five Steps for Meeting People ## Recover from Stuttering - Be Boss over the Stammering Pattern ## Stories to Help You Deal With Stammering ## Top Five Steps towards Normal Speech ## Time to Finally Cure Your Stammer for Good Every aspect of stuttering is discussed in pure layman's terms for a better understanding. I have written the eBook covering all the aspects of stuttering and accompanying complications in a normal speech with a view to help everyone understand the problem and get it treated in an appropriate manner. Thankfully, there are some remedies for stammering that you can start using today. You can be able to control the pace in which you speak so you can have more confidence in yourself. A great remedy for stuttering is to practice. If you know that you have to make a speech or that you might have to interact with someone new, try practicing what you are going to say before you have to say it. That way you will have more control over your speech. Try the a few safe ways suggested in this eBook to care of your loved ones naturally.Cure stuttering completely within weeks with safe and natural ways!
Language Arts & Disciplines

How to Stop Stammering

Author: Montraville Lawson Hatfield

Publisher: Forgotten Books

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Excerpt from How to Stop Stammering: A Treatise on the Science and Art of Correct Speaking Stammering is, then, at bottom, caused by impression, imagery, made upon the sub - conscious mind. The sub conscious mind is the seat of the emotions, the storehouse of memory. It is when we are in a sub - conscious condition that the most profound impressions are made. This state or condition often comes about by having the sub - conscious faculties more highly developed than those of the conscious faculties. It is at this time - when the conscious faculties are dethroned - that an unseen something, probably due to former experiences, so fixes itself upon the sub - conscious mind, that it is shaken off only with the greatest difficulty. Impressions made in this way seem to be indelible, and they remain with us, because the memory of the sub-conscious mind is next thing to being perfect. These impressions are either hereditary in nature, or they are apt to be made early in life. However, the child is more susceptible to emotional, sympathetic feelings, and there is an inclination on his part to believe in things, not because of their truth or untruth, but because to his imaginary mind, often mere fancies be come the truest truth. He is largely controlled by intuition. There are many ways in which these impressions are made upon the sub-conscious mind, which, in turn, according to the law of the influence of mind over matter, affect the physical organism and are manifest in the various forms of stammering and stuttering. Stammering and stuttering impressions may come from mimicry. It is true that most cases emanating from this source were somewhat predisposed to a favorable develop ment of what, rightly speaking, would be hereditary im pressions. However, when a child mimics another who stammers, he is in a favorable condition for receiving the images of his unfortunate victim upon his own mind. He is then in a state of exceeding mental emotion, and after wards is inclined to do, intuitively, the thing like the one whom he mimicked. And again, the workings of this unseen something may be actuated through fright, taking on the form of a speech de feet; or it may be transferred to some other part of ourphysical make-up. The part of the body that the mind dwells upon during the fright is most likely to get the effect. For instance, should we attempt to talk while we are in this state of mental emotion, it is highly probable that we will stammer. Should we continue to stammer after the fright has passed away, it is proof enough that our speaking organs, under certain conditions, have been influenced by these ih delible impressions made upon the inner consciousness. When we attempt to talk, we are constantly haunted by the thought that we are likely to stammer.' Our organs of speech, then, become unruly, because of mental agitation fear thoughts. Just why all people who have been badly frightened, did not stammer afterward, may be accounted for from the fact that all people are not constituted alike. One is subject to impressions of a particular nature, another to impressions of an entirely different nature. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.

Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.

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Popular Science gives our readers the information and tools to improve their technology and their world. The core belief that Popular Science and our readers share: The future is going to be better, and science and technology are the driving forces that will help make it better.

Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.
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Stutter Speech Therapy Techniques

Author: A N Okonoboh

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Is it possible to stop stuttering within 10 days? What is the topmost dream of your life? As a stutterer, you don't want me or anyone else to sympathize when you talk.In our book STUTTER SPEECH THERAPY TECHNIQUES, we have you in mind. We know that how to stop stuttering is a question that cools the stuttering communities around the world. In fact, we realize that in stammering groups, sufferers are told not to bother anymore about recovery, that such effort is more devastating than the speech impediment itself. Well, our introduction to this workbook has well inspiring stories to help allay your fears. Now we will give you a gist of the features of STUTTER SPEECH THERAPY TECHNIQUES that makes it works so fast for stuttering recovery.First, this book is based on years-long study of real stammer overcomers. So, the contents is not intellectual laboratory theories. That is why it works for real people.The central key is CONSCIOUSNESS which runs as a thread through the chapters. Around this, we build other elements that are worthy of recognition in their positive or negative roles in our speeches. E.g Breath Control, breathing from the chest or from the lungs, the art of speaking, dealing with common obstacles, how to use your speech schemes, etc.In the Art of Speaking section, we addresse all issues of speech-language pathology, SLP, cognitive behavioral therapy, anxiety relief, stammer self cure, as well as the question of who will help me find my voice. The same section continues to replicated it's effectiveness in the challenge for the teaching of talking, therapy for kids, even for serious cases such as with those who think that their situation is beyond stammering. And we raised a red signal on how in delivering their parental care, parents or guardians need to be observant for any evidence of early childhood stammering.Our practicals are very easy to walk through. We developed these strategies and activities to promote your child's language development. They are step by step social skills to help toddlers and adults learn to do expert speech. This will make their expressions well-spoken and clear. So, at home, parents guardians and therapists should see this book as a valuable guide to speech.The book also deals with regression, semantic noise, slurring, muffling, and what we call brake failure. You will find that it is a complete program for getting skills to articulate better and making good of speaking. That is why many users call it, The Speech Teacher's Handbook.Finally, we dedicate a full section to the parents. At the conclusion of that section, we appeal to all parents with children throughout the globe to stop making the mistake of leaving the matter of stammer in their child to chance. It should not be hoped that he will give it up as he grows. True, stammer is short-lived in most children even those with the gene. Still, knowing which child will carry it further than the early stage, is as difficult as trying to identify a cock among unhatched eggs.