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Sometimes our brains go faster than our mouths and, more often than not, we end up messing up what we're going to say. Usually, if you're super anxious and are a little iffy about talking to others, a deep breath and a slowed down tempo to your words is key.
One of the breathing technique says that you should relax and breathe normal and you should say only the first syllable while exhaling and then breathing again and deliver the rest. It sounds hard, but it's easy once you get the hang of it.
You need to be able to tell yourself to physically relax and remember to breathe. It sounds silly reminding yourself to breathe, but without enough breath, you're not going to say your sentence like how you want to.
Practice speaking. Try breathing exercises/meditating. Read books out loud. Have longer conversations with people. (the last one may make you a little nervous but a small "hello" will help your confidence, heaps!)
Try some rhythm in your speech, perhaps? Like you know how some singers that stutter, immediately lose their stutter when they sing? If you're not into singing too much, try speaking on pitch or giving your words an oratory quality. (like martin luther king, barack obama for instance.)
Pause when talking as much as you need to.
Here's a little video on how to control your stuttering if you want:
Posted on Jun 03, 2013
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