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WyybiE3

707d

Does anyone else have a stutter or vocal tic when they talk about trauma? When I start to talk about the things I went through, my words either repeat over and over until I stop myself or I can’t talk at all. It’s frustrating.

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    • Kayla_K1989

      706d

      It's a normal sign of trauma and if someone truly cares for you they will be patient. ❤️

    • Kayla_K1989

      706d

      It's a normal sign of trauma and if someone truly cares for you they will be patient. ❤️

    • RainyDay03

      707d

      I have a stutter whenever I get worked up about trauma or anxiety. Especially on words with more than one syllable. Which, in turn, upsets me more and makes my stutter worse.

      • WyybiE3

        706d

        @RainyDay03 yeah this is me to a T- good to know im not alone! google was unhelpful and was feelin very isolated

    • Vixxa

      707d

      All the time. I tend to worry I'll lose people's patience with me when it happens. So far I try to speak with purpose instead, so I get my point across without having to say much. Takes a little bit of planning though.

      • WyybiE3

        706d

        @Vixxa felt. every time it happens i have to stop myself and restart my sentence with a different direction and Im very surprised no one has yelled at me for it yet lmao

    • Crystal_Rose

      707d

      I tend to talk faster and stammer a bit.

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