Are you a teen, adult, or professional with a stuttering issue?
Stuttering: 25 Most Effective Methods and Techniques to Overcome Stuttering provides 25 helpful tips you can use to avoid stuttering and stammering in your speech. In this book, you'll receive an overview of the condition and how a person can stop stuttering.
You'll learn techniques for reducing anxiety, which increase the onset of stuttering. You'll also learn tips that are helpful for controlling stuttering in children. These methods are helpful for those who've had this disorder since birth and for those who've developed it later in life. Finally, you'll learn about some effective medical treatments for stuttering.
What listeners say about Stuttering
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- Jennifer Mudd
general knowledge a stuttering person learned in elementary school speech class. the 25 ways can be easily figured out. Slow down and there is no cure, duh.
- Cindy Rice
Interesting tips and ways to reduce stuttering
If you could sum up Stuttering in three words, what would they be?
Reduce Stuttering significantly
What did you like best about this story?
I liked the background on what causes stuttering as well as the 25 tips to reduce if not stop stuttering.
Have you listened to any of Steven A. Gannett’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
No I haven't. I enjoyed the narrators voice.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Most effective tricks and tips to reduce or stop stuttering!
Any additional comments?
I have a friend that stutters and this book interested me. I want to understand why he stutters and empathize with maybe some of the things he went through growing up trying to stop the stuttering. I have noticed some days are worse then others with him. I'm not sure I feel comfortable telling him to try all these things, I'm sure he's tried most of them or was forced to try them growing up. Thank you for all the info on stuttering, was very useful to me.
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