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Recover From Stuttering - Let’s Take Control Of Our Own Fluency Management (Part 1)

Newsletter 44: October 2013

For the October and November newsletters we will be looking at how you can take ownership and control of your own fluency management. Once you have a technique like Ezy-Speech and are willing to adopt it, then it’s time to make some cognitive changes. This month we will consider six positive aspects of personal management that we believe will help you in the transition phase - the use of technique in the real world.

  • I ACCEPT THE CHANGE IN MYSELF

    I look at the adoption of the Ezy-Speech technique as not only a change in the way that I speak, but more importantly a change in myself. I feel more confident in myself and take on roles in life that are more challenging. The thought of stuttering takes less and less of a controlling factor in my life. Life is a gift to us all and should be experienced to its fullest extent. Allowing residual negativity to thrive in my mind hinders the adoption of my Ezy-Speech technique, and also restricts me experiencing life to the fullest. I alone take personal responsibility for my recovery.

  • I TELL PEOPLE ABOUT EZY-SPEECH

    I introduce my family and friends to the system of Ezy-Speech, and then they understand the strategies I have to adopt in order to maintain my newly-found fluency.

  • I ALLOW MY FAMILY AND FRIENDS TO HELP

    I include my family and friends in my maintenance program. I tell them how important they are in me having success with my new technique. My loved ones expect me to use my technique at home. My family and friends remind me when I slip up. When I maintain excellent technique and fluency with my family and friends, then and only then can I be confident and fluent in outside situations.

  • I FEEL DIFFERENT AND MORE CONFIDENT

    When I am using Ezy-Speech effectively, I appear and sound different to the people who know me. They now see me as a person who has more control over my speech. They now see a person who speaks a little slower than usual for a while. They see me with a new state of confidence and acceptance of who I am. They want to be around me because I am a winner aiming to improve myself.

  • I AM HONEST

    I am honest about my stutter. I let people know that I am a stutterer improving my speech using an effective technique called Ezy-Speech. They accept me using my new technique and enjoy being in my company, a new and more confident individual. They no longer expect me to stutter. They now expect me to use my fluency technique. People are impressed with my honesty and effort.

  • I DON’T AVOID SPEAKING

    I am a person who doesn’t avoid speaking situations. I like to be involved, enjoy life and use my newfound technique. I don’t become concerned about what other people might be thinking about my speech. I now have a higher level of self-confidence and self-perception.

Ezy-Speech Affirmation of the Month

I TAKE CONTROL OF MY OWN FLUENCY MANAGEMENT.

I use my fluency technique with acceptance, honesty and perseverance.

The Ezy-Speech Team



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