I've just finished an English composition class in college and I'd consider it a breakthrough concerning my attitude toward my stutter. On the first day I was so accepting toward the fact that I stutter that I barely stuttered at all and no one knew. I answered the few things the teacher asked everyone and even said some things voluntarily. Before our first big reading in front of the class I told everyone that I stutter so don't be surprised if I pause or something... I stuttered, but I didn't care at all. I acted like it was normal, and that's how it felt. I stuttered through every other reading I had to do, sometimes I'd have a long string of fluency when voluntarily adding to class conversation because I didn't even care about my stutter enough to think about it every time I spoke. At the last day we had to read out loud what we wrote about one thing we had learned in the class. I wrote one longer than the teacher had asked, stuttered through the whole thing, sometimes bad blocks and secondary behaviors, I felt like nothing abnormal just happened, I was comfortable with it. The teacher then said to the class that she asked me before if I'd rather skip reading out loud and I said no because I'm not hiding from it anymore and letting it hold me back and everyone clapped and I was like :/ and didn't really like it. I was just doing what I do, as I normally do it, I'd rather it have not been some special event lol.