Talk to your doctor about depression associated with your impediment.
I was in my college boyfriend’s dorm room the first time I spoke openly about my stutter.
There’s even been a punk-rock musician, a gym rat, a hipster, a guy who worked at Lowe’s.
Dating someone with a speech impediment
As if you can get a girl to like you by typing to her she made over look the speech impediment when she figures out. I can't really give any solutions as I'm now 18 years old still with it.
Guess maybe try to talk to people more, or try to practice saying words until you say them right.
I substituted words, made bizarre facial expressions — anything to prevent stuttering. How could I establish a real relationship if I spent every moment afraid to speak?
When I met my college boyfriend, I was struck by his eloquence, his friendliness, his brains. That’s how we ended up in his dorm room, schoolbooks stacked around us, and me — stuttering, crying — spilling insecurities generally reserved only for my journal.
This has been controlling me for nearly 3 years now, and I'm only 15...
In class when I have to read aloud I have to make a stupid accent so I'm not made fun of. I went to a speech therapist when I was young (7 or 8) but it never helped. I've been struggling with depression for nearly a year because of this.
Over the years, I have found goodness in people I normally would have dismissed as romantic prospects, and for this, I thank my stutter completely.
Sometimes they’re in the military, or Postal Service or stocking shelves at a liquor store.
Did the man at the party ask for my name, only to mockingly joke, “W-w-w-w-what, did you forget it or something? Those who do make the cut aren’t obvious saints — they’re mostly just patient, perceptive and curious. They maintain eye contact even when I’m taking time to get the words out and my eyes unintentionally seek the ceiling or the floor, searching for a way around a word.
” Though I left these interactions feeling flustered, my mind was full of clarity. They aren’t afraid to ask straightforward questions: How long have you been stuttering? They don’t interrupt, guess my meaning or complete my sentences.
Personally myself I give up and never did any of those so it may help you. Stay strong So if something doesn't work once you give up forever.