What Cause Stuttering

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    What Cause Stuttering

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    Are You Suffering From Social Withdrawal?

    Do People Shun Or Ostracize You Because You Have A Hard Time Getting Some Of Your Words Out?

    Or Does Your Child Get Teased At School Because They Stutter And Can’t Speak Like Everyone Else?

    If you have answered yes to any of the above, then you are in the tiny percentage of people that stutter.

    Dear Friend,

    In the United States alone, there are about three million people that have trouble speaking clearly because of a stuttering disorder.

    Stuttering is a speech disorder in where there is a disruption or interruption of a normal speech flow. When people speak, they have to force some of their words out because the flow is blocked or broken. They end up looking weird because when they stutter, they make weird looking facial expressions or are constantly blinking their eyes. When they have to force what they have to say out of their mouths, it sounds cluttered. Sometimes people are not able to understand what they are saying.

    So people that stutter end up feeling left out and alone. People don’t want to take the time to listen to what they have to say because they take too long to get their words out.

    Not only do they not want to be patient, but they are not interested in socializing with people that have this speech disorder. This causes the person with the stuttering problem to feel rejected. It can also have a negative effect on their self-esteem and confidence. They try so much to talk normal, but to no avail. It doesn’t help when they take a few minutes to pronounce a word that people with normal speech can say in a matter of seconds.

    How about sitting at the table with other family members and not being able to talk fluently like everyone else? They could sit around and hold a conversation about the day’s events and when it came time to ask you a question or get your input, all you could do was nervously stammer and force yourself to get the words out. There was too much pressure for you to say what you need to without talking too fast and stumbling. What an embarrassing andunfortunate situation for you. Sometimes you even wondered if your family was able to understand what you were trying to convey.

    Before we go any further...

    ...I want to set something straight with you

    You don’t have to stay in this dilemma. There are ways that you can overcome your stumbling and bumbling when you stutter. I’m not kidding, you can overcome this speech disorder and start talking normally!

    Now you’re probably wondering how….

    When you get this guide, Prevent Stuttering (Tips & Tricks to Help Combat Stuttering), you will have all the information you need to begin your road to recovery. This book is filled with tips and strategies to help you reach your goal of speaking clearly and fluently.

    How Much Is That Worth To You?

    You can have all the information in one neat package for only $17.00. Please don’t sit on your derriere until it’s too late. Get it now and you won’t regret it! This is your ticket to learning how to speak fluently. This is your ticket to coming out of your shell. This is your ticket to connecting with others. You can’t do it stuck up in a cocoon. You can’t allow stuttering to hold you back.

    Not only that, think about the child that is affected. Don’t you think they deserve a chance?

    If you think they have it rough, just think about what teens have to go through. With growing pains and all, it can be a nightmare! If they’re fortunate enough, they may find a real friend who will protect them from all of the bullies out there. However, if that’s not the case, then they’re mud!

    Don’t let a teacher call on them to read. It will take them longer amongst the stuttering and stammering of words. To top it off, when the peers listen to it, they will have a field day! They will not let up and cause the teens to be a nervous wreck!

    Again, what are you waiting for?

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