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CtrlAltDestroy: I used to stutter. Well, I still do.I've never had it as bad as some people, but it was there. In grade school it was bad enough to stand out. A couple of times I was sent to see a vocal counselor/coach/something. But, when I did and they had me say test phrases and whatnot I spoke perfectly fine.As a teenager it started to get bad again. Nowadays as an adult I have a lot more control over it. It's in my head, that much I'm sure about. How badly I stutter is dependent on the person that I'm talking to. If it's someone that I'm unfamiliar or not used to my stuttering is the most noticeable. If it's family or someone that I'm very familiar with then I'm mostly fine. I still stutter around people I'm used to, but it's not very bad.There are two things that will make me stutter no matter what, though. Being very tired and being stressed. When I'm heavily stressed it gets pretty bad. Me falling back into heavy stuttering is a big sign that something isn't right with me.It's nice that I mostly have it under control now. Most people don't really care or even acknowledge it. Assholes do, though. Jerk asses who enjoy belittling people will get a "look at this stupid fark", shiat eating grin across their face or crack jokes about it. Oh well. Luckily, for the most part it's not a big issue for me anymore. I feel bad for people who aren't so fortunate.
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