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Fall in different ways

Posted May 05 2008 12:00am
Oren asked me
I'm interested to know whether you have the same sensation for all types of stutters (repetitions, prolongations, pauses, etc.)? If not, how is the sensation different for each stutter type?
I think it feels the same before the event. There is some mental blockage, i.e. I know what to say, my brain gives the signal you can say it, but then I sense that I cannot. Whether this translates into repetition, prolongation or pause is secondary. Like if I fall, I can struggle not to hit the ground, I can fall on my knees, or use my hand to soften the fall. The share of different behaviour is either learned or based on where I am in the sentence I guess... So I would say that I do not know which symptom is going to happen. I often notice that if I try to suppress on symptoms like a block then I have a pause. Or if I stop hesitations and fillers, I have blocks.
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