The hard truth is that it’s not at Stuttering Habits you will get your stuttering treated; as in Overcome Stuttering™, or Cure Stuttering™, or Stop Stuttering™. Here you’ll just get systems to become a sassy socializer. Becoming a sassy socializer means:
- you’ll learn all the techniques to socialize with the right people.
- you’ll reach your goals regardless of how severe your stuttering is.
- you’ll get the tools to bypass the restrictions stuttering makes on your social performance.
We want to challenge what it means to stutter. The way we challenge stuttering is by making a portable library with social skills available to you 24/7. We want you to have all the articles, courses, and resources available in your inbox with easy to understand instructions and reliable outcome. It’s with our articles and courses we make conversations shine one email at a time.
At Stuttering Habits you’ll get the social skills you need to handle every social situation you can think of. We’ll help you become a sassy socializer. Just like our friend Bob.
How we change status quo by helping Bob
I’m gonna stutter on the T’s. I always do. Bob feels the sweat in his palms. He can’t breathe and his knees wobble. I would like 20 dollars back in small bills. Could you give me 20 back. 20 back, please. Please, 20 back. Small bills.
One by one the counter moves closer to him. Only one person in front of him now. 20 back. Small bills. Yeah, that’s great. That can say.
Bob walks to the counter with his groceries in hand. It had been a nice day so far. He slept well and had taken his vitamins. Those helped he found out. It’s his turn. Can’t breathe! Can’t breathe! Looooong woooords. Here we go. God damn it.
Anything else sir?
Twue- t- ….tuen- aaah God damn I would like 20 bucks in small bills, please.
Bob looks on the floor, behind the counter, and everywhere except where it matters. At the person.
A few seconds pass. A million years. The entire store freeze. Time freeze. Only Bob is moving. And only he knows what’s going on. It’s like the movie Inception where time freezes. TICK. Bob picks up his phone. It’s from Stuttering Habits. Yesterday, he signed up for a 10-day email course on body language. It’s the first email. He believes he can bypass his stuttering with the right body language. This first email is about eye contact. Yay!
The email reads:
”Eye contact is the first contact you make with people. It’s the first communication act. It matters because it’s part of the first 10 seconds. Making eye contact is a way to show that you matter and that the other person matters too. If you feel awkward by looking into people eyes, you can count how many times they blink. Then your focus on something else, while you still make eye contact.”
Okay, okay I can do that.
Bob fills his lungs with air. He closes his eyes. How many times does she blink? I would like to have 20 dollars back in small bills, please.
Yes, sorry, I would like to have 20 dollars back in small bills, please.
Here you go. What beautiful eyes you have, sir. 1…2..3..4
Have a great day.
Same to you. She blinked 4 times.
Awesome. It really works. He picks up his phone and reads the 1000-word email again. I can’t wait until tomorrow for the next email.
Outside the store, the sun shines on Bob. He feels the warmth. It’s almost like the sun shines through him. Oh, wait it does. With Stuttering Habits your conversations shine one email at a time.