Stuttering

Dan36
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Dan36 » Sat Oct 07, 2017 9:18 pm

Your child is 4 years, you can ask her what happend. Why haven't you done that? I think that you're right, your daughter started to stutter because of a fear. Do you really think, that kindergarten teacher would tell you the truth if something bad happened to your child during her shift? Of course she wouldn't tell because she was responsible for your child. My friend worked in the kindergarten and told many terrible stories about the kindergartners. After these stories I really think to leave my child at home and not to take her in the kindergarten. I think you should go to the psychiater for him to find out what happened and to help your child. Do that immediately!!!
James
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Re: Stuttering

Postby James » Thu Oct 19, 2017 8:53 am

Hello everybody and everyone here who are here today!! I want to say that it is true that to hear the right things in kindergarten can be really seldom. I mean it happens really seldom. I understand that you really worried about it but you shouldn’t panic. You should think about your baby!!! Don't nervous!!! Try to think about it clearly. You should talk to the child slowly, enunciating each word in syllables that the child repeats, in no case you cannot blame him for not the correct pronunciation, you should also to pay a lot of time to your child.
SteveS
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Re: Stuttering

Postby SteveS » Sun Oct 22, 2017 9:01 pm

I think that something very bad could happen to your child. Of course the teachers wouldn't tell you because they were responsible for your child. So I think you should get your child out of that kindergarten and to apply for a psychologist. I think only a specialist can help you.
Mr.Harry
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Mr.Harry » Mon Oct 30, 2017 1:44 pm

Hi everybody and everyone here friends.. I am also happy to meet you here. So let's discuss this important theme for all parents. To my mind it would be the best decision and the best choice, of course, would be to consult with the speech therapist. those people are professionals in such problems. Besides, try to figure out, what exactly happened in the kindergarten, and what might have frightened your daughter. Such problems always do have some distinct reasons underneath them. And also conclusions
Aaron365
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Aaron365 » Thu Nov 02, 2017 10:36 pm

I think that it is really a very serious problem. And first of all you should think not about the ways to help your child with this problem, but you should find out what had happenedin the kindergarten that your child started to stutter. Many children would never tell parents about something especially when a nanny tell the child that it is a secret. I've heard a lot of terrified stories how a nanny in the kindergarten can punnish a child because of the misbehaviour, I even think not to let my child to go to the kindergarten. And the only way to help your child is to apply to the children's psychologist.
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Klaus1205
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Klaus1205 » Thu Nov 09, 2017 9:13 pm

It's a pity to something like this :( There are lots of reasons that can cause a stuttering. For example, she was playing with other children, when suddenly a big dog (or some dogs) run to them and burked. Try to talk about it with her daughter. Tell her that you want to help her with the problem. Also take her to a good specialist to solve this illness.
Lui
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Lui » Mon Nov 27, 2017 1:14 pm

Nice to meet you here today too. How are you today guys? are these questions difficult for you?? I would like to say that I liked the certain idea that the best choice, of course, would be to consult with the speech therapist. those people are professionals in such problems. Besides, try to figure out, what exactly happened in the kindergarten, and what might have frightened your daughter. Such problems always can be caused by some certain reasons so do not ignore it and try to solve this problem
Timmy
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Timmy » Sun Dec 17, 2017 6:00 am

I would like to say that . For the such reasons there are many explanations. And the first one is that your baby could be scared with something and that's why such a conclusion ... In some cases it is just true to say that now a child is 7 years, and he cannot be cured, because parents didn’t react at once. Doctors say the child had severe stress. Because it happened long time ago parents can’t find out what was the reason of such stress child didn’t remember. There is one method to refer to the specialist with stuttering
Ernest
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Ernest » Tue Dec 26, 2017 1:20 pm

The same teachers told that nothing had happened. Now a child is 7 years, and he cannot be cured, because parents didn’t react at once. Doctors say the child had severe stress. Because it happened long time ago parents can’t find out what was the reason of such stress - child didn’t remember. And when he started stammering – he couldn’t explain it to the parents, as he only started to talk. First of all you shouldn’t panic. You should talk to the child slowly, enunciating each word in syllables that the child repeats, in no case you cannot blame him for not the correct pronunciation, you should also to pay a lot of time to your child.
Diego
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Diego » Tue Jan 09, 2018 5:46 pm

It is good that you do not suggesting the same thing for the kids, though, dude, I started to afraid of you) There are more civilized methods these days.. I think this problem is really easy to solve when you are still a kid.. There are things much worse then that.
As for me - i know some people who start to stutter when they got nervous. i know one girl that does that - and does look so damn cute)) I think that is one of the things why all the men around are charmed with her.. It is not only about the stuttering, of course) but as you see in some cases it is not that bad thing.

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