For most of us acceptance has become such a fearful and frustrating part that we feel stuck into. If you think so I am here to prove it wrong.
The ways which I am goanna share with you will do wonder by just doing it for some days consistently. These techniques I have personally used and is working day in and day out.
1.choose a field of interest apart from what you do-for me it was meeting new people, observing people behaviour, and most of us love these things in some manner. Decide to make a start with a target to talk some 10 strangers today(prepare a short introductory statement and go ahead,(hi mera nam kundan hai mai bandra me rehta hu,mujhe naye logo se milna bahut pasand hai,mai ye jan ne ki koshish kar rha hu ki bilkul naye logo se bat karte hue kaisa mehsus hota hai and kya ham aisi society bana sakte hain jahan koi anjana na ho)Forget stammering until you achieve meeting 100 new guys. After that what happens is miracle, yes miracle.
2.choose to make phone calls-making phone calls is most daunting task for stammerers, don't worry. Those days would become your past as soon as you decide. Set target of 21 phone talks(see if you have to get what you never had,do what you never did,remember this line everytime you postpone to pick up phone or make a call).Go ahead. For some 3 days make calls alone in a room, or sitting at park, from market, the point is the place where either you are alone or there are enough voices around you thus nobody cares who is talking to whom. Ideal places could be market, a bit busy streets. Speak up, no matter how, see you have to reach targets(focusing on target keeps our mind away from hurdles littering our way)
3.pen what you feel everyday-this is indeed most ignored part of our daily lives. At the end of the day write some lines about pleasures, achievements of that days.
Believe me these 3 simple ways has almost change the way I look my life, and what is more satisfying is you don't think about stammering all the time now. There are lots of other things as well that need your attention.