who s-s-stutter here?
Other embarrassing speech problem bros also welcome.
People never say anything about it but I can tell they're thinking about how fucking study I sound.
>tfw had to take speech as a kid
>tfw you can hear it when i get nervous
>spend 90% of my time consuming media in foreign languages
>have to speak my native language
>don't remeber words
>browse imageboards, watch movies, listen to music only in english and japanese for years
>can't write for shit, can barely form simple sentences to shitpost
I can't comunicate neither in foreign languages nor my native one
That's pretty neat. So, I'm curious. You've had it your whole life, or did it start developing at a certain age? And has it gotten better or worse? Do people usually get fully over it at some point, or is that rare?
Does anyone else ever have their sentences completely jumbled when they speak?
Like, all the correct words are there, but they're all out of order so that what I said ends up making no sense.
I never had any difficulty speaking as a kid. Did I just fry my brain by being a NEET or something?
Speech imparied deep voiced 5'4 hobbit reporting in . I don't stutter.
When people hear me speak it's either they believe am on some spectrum or from the highlands or islands.
Job interview once where one of the interviewers thought I had a pet hawk when I said the simple name of a town .
Had it my whole life, there are days when it's barely noticeable and days where I get a "block" almost every sentence and I have to think of a word with the same/a similar meaning so I can continue talking without looking like a complete retard.
There have been people that got over it pretty much completely.
The worst thing is that I'm the only one in my family with that shit
>my R's sound like W's until I was 17
>didn't talk much growing because so self conscience about it, especially to girls because they were the ones who made fun of it behind my back
>still socially stunted at 22
I uses to have a very bad stutter as a kid
Got put into speech classes grades kindergarten to second
Now I speak 99% normal, I'll stutter once in a blue moon
For all who stutter, stand tall and speak proudly
who /lisp/ here? Can't say "S" sounds, name begins with an "S". Turns out it could be due to an underbite meaning the only way to fix it is through jaw surgery.
Got made fun of for something I couldn't even fix. Speech class sucked.
>tfw extreme anxiety causes me to stutter, esp. when I have to give presentations for work
Shit sucks senpai
I'm >>25854974, it's legit. Firth actually does a really good job in that movie, from the hangups to his attempts at escapes.
I couldn't help but cringe for most the movie because I know what it's like to be where the King is in that movie.
I can normally with my brothers or when Im around with only 1 or two friends.
When I have to give oral presentations or around a large group of people I start to get so fucking anxious and because of that the stutter begins...
I wish I wasnt so fucking anxious all the time, shit sucks...
I only stutter when I'm excited. I also have a problem with D's. I also stutter a lot when I'm in xbl/psn parties. Its probably the reason why I curse so much. I dont stutter when I read. Its only really embarrassing when I'm saying something and get stuck. My brother had a terrible stutter.
>Turns out it could be due to an underbite meaning the only way to fix it is through jaw surgery.
Oh god WTF. I'm straight as fuck but I've always had an annoying lisp and I have a slight underbite.
Fuck my life. Kill me.
It's sort of occasional to me. I can go long periods without stuttering, then having periods where i fuck up all the time, mostly when beginning sentences.
Used to be a lot worse when i was younger though, it's going away with age i think.
Probably something to do with my anxiety issues, which are also slowly decreasing over time,
I went to a new dentist and they told me. It would be a long process to heal from the surgery too and might make my face look different. Also, $$$.
Anyone else /mumble/ here?
Communication with everyone takes twice as long because people are always asking me to repeat myself.
I guess it's expected, I go hours, even days without talking to anyone for a long time, so it makes sense that my vocal capability has atrophied.
It just takes so much energy to enunciate sometimes, man. Can we hit the singularity already and start communicating mentally already?
I don't know what to tell you man. You can look for speech therapy or see about the jaw thing. I haven't been made fun of for it or had anyone draw attention to it in a while, but it's always there as a reminder in my head. If I hear someone with a lisp I won't be cruel to them but I can't say the same for everyone else.
IKTF, bro. I have to consciously slow myself down and project my voice to articulate words and avoid the mumbles.
>tfw you'd rather communicate with people through writing than speaking
I'm exactly the same, I found that alcohol prevents stuttering though. I have been stuttering since I'm 12. Some girls like it, some are mean to me as are most guys but thats mostly due to them being assholes.
My brother is all over the place. I dont think he can say a sentence without stuttering. I have moments where I will speak for hours without stuttering and then all of a sudden I'll get suck on an E or a D.
This so much.
Like I'll have a fully formed sentence in my head and it comes out backwards or something, then I stop talking because I fucked up and there's an awkward silence.
Doesn't help that I hate my voice either.
>think i actually have a pretty decent grasp on speech
>when i heard a recording of myself, sounded like a stuttery mess with a limited vocabulary
I'm definitely a victim of this too.
I think I only stutter due to my anxiety and just want to end the conversation quickly so I talk faster which only makes me stutter more.
>you will never banter irl with bros
this happens to me a lot
usually my thoughts are in order when I'm quietly following a conversation, but the moment I get asked a question or try to make a point, things just goes blank. Like a disconnect between my mouth and mind, where everything comes out either mixed up, drawn out, or incomplete while I'm trying to get my head back in order.
Had quite a few teachers growing up who thought I was an idiot until they saw my writing and grades.
I have a slur, to me I understand every word I say, but some times by the look on people's faces I guess it sounds like a dying man with a stroke and mouth full of spit trying to talk...
It really bothers me and I just sulk away if it happens since I am embarressed by it.