You have to give answer to this question from deep of your heart. Surely answer will be NO. A big No… We think we are successfully hiding this problem and people don’t know it. But we are completely wrong. Some time ago I have same thought. I thought I stutter very less and don’t speak too much so that people will not know about my problem. But when I start to work on technique that is called “acceptance”, It proved this myth wrong. When I had started to talk with my friends on it. I always start to ask them “do you know I have some problem in speaking? They instantly reply-“yes, we know you have some problem. It is something like stammering but don’t mind it. It’s not a big deal. Just enjoy your life”. Every time I really shocked and thought how fool I am?? I thought they all don’t know about it so I am missing so many opportunities due to avoidance.
Also when we tell about it to people their response doesn’t come as we think. Most of the people appreciate your work and give some suggestions how to deal with it. Also we get a huge relief of our emotions which is always our mind suffers. So there is nothing wrong on talking this issue. Tell people how they can help you and how a person feels when people ignore him or bullying. Conversation can be start according to situation. First we can say that do you know yaar, sometimes I can’t say what I wanted to speak. Words stuck in my throat when it really matters etc etc. But this thing doesn’t make me less than you. I can do everything as you only need a little support from your side. I wanted to talk on this topic more because it is a part of my therapy and increases awareness. Talking on it really helps me. We all are different in this world because god makes us different and unique. Some long, some short, some fat, some thin, some beautiful, some ugly, some speak more, some speak less, some fluent and some stammers like me. There is nothing wrong. After doing this task you will surely proud of yourself and can walk with high head and smile on your face. Starting will be hard but give a try.