Stuttering

Andreas_Maroon
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Andreas_Maroon » Wed Sep 07, 2016 8:34 pm

Ben_Roar wrote: Who remembers here , who is Damocles?

Well, I do) 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.
Just_R
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Just_R » Thu Sep 08, 2016 9:33 pm

Andreas_Maroon wrote: i know one girl that does that - and does look so damn cute))

it is funny, basically, how the things that are used to be "flaws" can become things that people adore. You know that in Japan, for example - men do like with women who have not straight teeth. I do not know how to say it correctly, well - when they had to have the braces on the teeth, but they did not. And men there see that as something cute) I do not know about the stuttering, but perhaps something similar is happening with it in certain situations) But it is only because this girl was cute on the first hand.. If she would be ugly - she would become only uglier with the stuttering)
Andreas_Maroon
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Andreas_Maroon » Fri Sep 09, 2016 9:08 pm

Just_R wrote: You know that in Japan, for example - men do like with women who have not straight teeth

hmm.. you know, I hope noone will take me for being straight here (a joke, a too subtle one perhaps)) - but I do find girls with not too straight teeth being cute.. I am not japaniese though) That gives their look some measure of.. hm, innocence, perhaps, or shyness.. But anyway, I do prefer them to have all their teeth on place)) This is the question of taste, of course. In my case - this girl who stutters, her name is Linda - is really shy of her flaw.
Just_R
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Just_R » Mon Sep 12, 2016 10:25 am

Andreas_Maroon wrote:That gives their look some measure of.. hm, innocence, perhaps, or shyness..

Yes, I do have the same impression. And the stuttering - it gives a pretty girl the look of having the same traits. .It is cute.. Damn, I hope I am not going to fall in love with her because of her stuttering. my husband will kill me. Or will he?:) i need to ask him, I think) I wonder - what other flaws of that kind you may think about , if to speak about those ones who do rather make the person to look more cure, than ugly? a lame person, perhaps? no, I do not think so.. Ok - I think this topic goes in some really strange direction))
Samuel Hunt
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Samuel Hunt » Tue Sep 13, 2016 5:58 pm

Oh it is a serious problem. If you will not do anything with it now later it get only worse. So you need to do something now. It could be caused by fear of soemthing, may be even because of a crowd of children. May be you child is not used to see a lot of people. You need to see a doctor as soon as possible.
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Williams » Sat Sep 17, 2016 12:32 pm

i do not know what may be the reason of it but i think that you definitely have to communicate about it with your partner and then you shall make everything in order your child get rids of it. i think that the reason of it may be very big stress, teachers in the kindergarten may not know it but it is so, and if you would waist your time, and think that with the time it would disappear then i think that you are definitely wrong. you shall help him now because with the time he would not remember what scared him and why the things are so. i hope that you would succeed.
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Re: Stuttering

Postby JackHunter3 » Wed Sep 21, 2016 8:31 am

haven't you thought about the situations which perhaps could be a stress to your kid there??? i guess that maybe it was really a problem to your kid be without you there.. :? :? it may be very difficult for you to and for your kid to be apart, so perhaps try to be near your kid, maybe let him be there for an hour and then increase the number of hours :D
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Benjamin123 » Tue Aug 01, 2017 2:19 pm

Hi everybody and everyone here friends!!! How are you feeling guys??? I sincerely happy to greet each of you here today)))) Adam I see you are really experienced father because your thoughts are really fantastic!! I agree that 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. There are many ways how to get rid of it. You should immediately call the doctor
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Frankie » Thu Sep 14, 2017 9:46 pm

Ohhh I understand what are you worried about.. I suppose that exactly during the stress or after the stress your baby can get it. Awfully I think. But of course it is changeable.it is right that in any case we shouldn’t panic. We should stay calm and to find the reason of it. Than you should carefully 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. Be accurate and never rise your voice!!!
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Re: Stuttering

Postby Sam32 » Tue Oct 03, 2017 7:02 pm

Well, first of all I think you shouldn't find the answer in the internet. The reason of the stuttering can be very different, and it can vanish as unepectadly as it started, in some cases. But the only person who can answer this question is the specialist in this sphere. I think you should show your child to a specialist.

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