A one who did something special with great courage is called Hero, but as far as stutter concerned, we are doing this things in our day-to-day life. Three days before, I met my very old friend (for approx 5-6yr). After listening my story of struggle, guilt of stammering, he told me that “you are living a life of hero”, I replied him “heroes life is much easier than our”, but its really true somewhere that we are a heroes.
In recent few days I struggled a lot:-
Ø Buying books at shop (saying books name, arguing with shopkeeper to reduce the price)
Ø Bank works (Asking queries on enquiry counter, making DD e.t.c)
But all unsuccessful I can’t able to use any techniques at that time. So I manage by writing those on a piece of paper. All people watching like I am from another planet, on my mind I said “Dude its my style”. If this happens before joining
TISA, I surely
got dishearten and feels ashamed of myself. But now it’s ok to be failure sometime, at least I
am not going to blame myself.
Our life is full of pain from the very first hour we wake till the last hour we sleep. As we got hard blocks we are trying our best to say those freaking words, but failed. Its not about fail or pass, its totally on “at least you try” like in hindi we say ‘Boond boond se hi sagar banta hai’. So ‘experience se hi success ka rashta khulta hai’.
Its very hard to composed yourself at the time of hard blocks, but once you understand your breathing behavior, I am sure you definitely got some help from it (its my own experiences). If you control your breathing, you somehow manage your stuttering at some extent.