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  1. #11
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    This is awesome, well done!


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    This is a great and awesome story. I like it so much. Your story was equally beautiful and moving and congrats to you for surviving.

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    Yeah I am just surviving like the rest of us though My stuttering is of little personal concern to me. Doing the job that I am paid for is though

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    I hate this wave of bots or whatever they are, giving those pitiful and almost condescending responses.

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    Another victory of sorts. I presented yesterday at a conference and in front of a very heavy academic crowd. My speech was terrible and I mean terrible. Blocking every 2nd to 3rd word. On the flip side though I won a Pro Vice Chancellor's award for it! Not for the best presentation (I knew I had blown that chance lol) but for most interesting research! The method of delivery was rough but the message still got through yay!

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    It has always amazed me that there are stutterers who can speak in public.
    I could never, never do it.
    Good for you!

    And to everyone else, who is like I was:
    Don't compare your inability to do this to the people who can.
    We are all quite different, although we are told we are all the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bebop View Post
    I hate this wave of bots or whatever they are, giving those pitiful and almost condescending responses.
    Maybe it's the best they can do.
    Any positive response has value.
    Even negative ones may, sometimes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crow View Post
    It has always amazed me that there are stutterers who can speak in public.
    I could never, never do it.
    Good for you!

    And to everyone else, who is like I was:
    Don't compare your inability to do this to the people who can.
    We are all quite different, although we are told we are all the same.
    Yes we are all different and have different lives and aspirations.

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    there must be a solution
    but have noticed recently people are aware of his fact and we see less stutters

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