My answer to the technical question about the difference between stuttering and stammering.
There is no difference between stuttering and stammering; it is just a matter of where you live in the world, and the preferred term used to describe the condition.
Generally, If you are in Australia and the US, you use the term stuttering, and if you are in Britain and Europe, you will use the term stammering.
Both terms refer to the same thing; the involuntary repetition of individual syllables, sounds, or specific words.
In most cases, stuttering or stammering increases one’s fear of speaking produces intense anxiety levels, and also creates high levels of stress.
Please be aware that there are ways to help you control and reduce your stuttering or stammering. Dealing with anxiety and fear can help to reduce your stuttering and stammering and make you a better, fear-free speaker and communicator.
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Make sure you take action on your stuttering because it might take you a little time until you feel relief. There are abundant resources accessible to you online, all of which can help you communicate more confidently and courageously.
You can be on track to speaking fluently with just a few short weeks of focused learning and effort.
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