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I apparently failed to make this a poll, so just answer it in your post. I stutter and I feel like it's very noticeable, but everyone tells me they don't even notice it. I'm not quite sure I believe them.


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I had a friend who stuttered. We noticed.

 

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6. realize that it is far too hard to rebuild using steps 3, 4, and 5

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It just depends on the severity of the stutter I guess. But yeah you can notice.


 

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From most people I've talked to about it, like 90% of the people that think they have a stutter actually don't. At least not from what I can tell. However there are two people I know that have horrible stutters and it drives me insane XD


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I have a very good friend who has quite a bad stutter, he can't go a sentence without having to stop for a few seconds while trying to say a word. It is noticeable but no one really cares.


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I always notice stuttering, lisps, etc. If it was a friend I talk to often, I'd probably stop noticing it after a while, but otherwise I'd notice it right away.


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I cant remember having any friends that stutter, so Im guessing that I dont notice.

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I notice & ignore it


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I usually notice and don't care about it. Stuttering isn't a big deal, just don't worry about it. You are who you are.


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I stutter very often at times. When I have time to think my sentence out carefully, I usually won't. I sometimes get stuck on words, then have to just kind of stop talking and reset, (less than a second to do that) and keep talking again. I've been improving; when I was younger, my stutter was terrible.

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I usually only notice because my brother stuttered a lot when he was younger, and we had to be careful to not interrupt him when he had a bad fit of it. I don't think most people notice though, or if they do they really couldn't care less.


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My best friend has a bad stutter. We give him [cabbage] for it sometimes but it's not a big deal. If people say they don't notice yours I wouldn't even worry about it.


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If you have a serious clinical speech impediment, people will probably notice. If you talk through it though it's not really an issue; people are generally very understanding/don't think much of it as an problem. Just don't stop talking because of your stutter, that's letting it get the better of you and people will notice that even more than the stutter itself..


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What I usually do is just talk normally, have a minor stutter on one word, and then that slowly builds up until I pause and take a breath. So sort of like:

 

Hey, how was your day? Mine was good. I had to b-build s-s-something for con-con-con-con-con-con *pause* construction class"

 

Eventually I just hit a point when I can't even finish my word, so I just pause, and go a bit slower.

 

Words with hard C's, N's or T's usually make me stutter (like the word "stutter). So words like construction, structure, contraption do that for me.

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I don't think I've ever been friends with anyone who has a stutter, but that's not for discriminatory reasons. I guess if I did meet someone with a stuttter I'd notice but it'd seem a pretty daft thing to judge them on so I'd probably just ignore it.

 

I tend to butt in to people's sentences in everyday life during pauses when they can't think of the right word so I'd probably just do the same here. Dunno if that would do any harm or not but that would be my normal response.

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I stutter occasionally. It's mostly on words that begin with 'W' or 'H', which makes asking questions a bit of a pain.

 

My current housemates, before they knew me that well didn't even notice it.

 

My stutter is odd though. It never really occurs when I'm nervous. When I'm nervous, I talk fast, and that seems to beat it (doesn't give me time to think about it, causing me to stutter). When I'm not nervous and with a friend, it doesn't really happen.

 

And yes, I notice it. I don't worry about it, and it's never stopped me talking to people. I don't come across nervous when it happens, so people just accept that it's something I have. I do notice stutters, impediments, lisps etc however. Notice but not mention, which is the key part. Nothing worse than making a person trying to talk you nervous.

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I notice it in people, I even stutter a little bit myself. It doesn't change how I view someone though.


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I notice it when people stutter. I admit, it depends on the severity. I'm not someone to call someone out on it though.

 

I'm not sure if I do though. I sometimes do the occasional 'uh' pauses once in a while if I'm trying to explain something out of memory.


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It is incredibly annoying to me when people make a jab at me about it, malicious or not. It makes me notice my own stutter, then puts me out of place, making me feel nervous and more likely to screw up. It's not something I can control.

 

I would never do the same to anyone else, for the same reason.

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Depends on the severity, sometimes I'll notice and other times I won't. I used to have a nurse who had a very bad stutter which was very noticeable, but other friends with a slight one which took me a while to take notice of.


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I used to have a very hardcore stutter, I want to therapy and it got better in certain situations. When I'm with my friends I stutter really bad, but when I'm giving a speech / public talking I sound perfectly normal. It really sucks. My parents think it's from all the mountain dew I drink...


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I don't know anyone who stutters in regular conversation, but it seems like one of the things I'd notice just because I do speech and that's taught me to notice those things.


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