January 2, 2021

Stammering on words that start with "R" ?

Subscriber Jasmine asks:

"I stammer when I am trying to say words that starts with R. What should I do?"

Thanks Jasmine for sending in your question. I always appreciate subscribers reaching out to me with their questions - it means you trust me 🙂

Ok...

Try to look back and see... is it really the words starting with R that you stutter on? Or is there something else going on..?

Look at other common words that you stutter on...

See a pattern here?

I think I’ve mentioned this previously in my emails, but let me briefly explain again:

You do not stutter on words that start with R.

Also...

You do not stutter on words that start with M.

You do not stutter on words that start with K.

You do not stutter on words that start with P.

No, no, no...

You stutter on words where there is a vowel right after the R.

You stutter on words where there is a vowel right after the M.

You stutter on words where there is a vowel right after the K.

You stutter on words where there is a vowel right after the P.

See, that’s the pattern.

The vowel is the villain, not the consonant.

Because vowel sounds act as brick walls between the first consonant sound and the rest of the word.

That’s one of the main reasons why I highly recommend you join the Never Stutter Again course.

In Never Stutter Again, I show you how to speak effortlessly by breaking down the resistance between consonants and vowels, so you won’t have to struggle to get the words out.

I also teach you a new way to think about the words that you speak - so you no longer think of words "Hard" or "Difficult" - Even a very complex words with many syllables will not seem difficult to you!

You can this and lots more in the Never Stutter Again course.

You can learn more about this course by clicking the link below:

http://neverstutteragain.com/onlinecourse/

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