Saying your name.

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    1. Decide how you want to say it:

    a. My name is

    b. I’m


    (your name)

    2. Take a normal inhale of breath.

    3. On the exhale, start speaking.



    I don’t know why, but whenever I get caught off guard and I get asked my name I kinda panic. Usually I just say “hunh?” to give me a second to get ready.



    IvanW7 I often do the same thing! I thought I was the only one. Keep it pushing



    As a child, I was utterly unable to say my name. I was like a WWI soldier under attack in the trenches. Shell-shocked! What a battle.
    I’ve been perfectly fluent for the past six years or so, so never lose hope on it. It can happen.
    I know how to fix it, but I’ve learned that stutterers only want to hear what they want to hear, and fly into a rage if they hear something else.
    You don’t want to hear what I have to say.
    But I do wish you every success.

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