Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

PrettyFlowingGown
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Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby PrettyFlowingGown » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:26 pm

This may be a tough question!!! but might get some answers, who knows?
I'm a CD ofcourse but have had a stutter since I was a child. I've been to speech
therapy over the years, but have'nt been going till about 2000/2001, I'm now 34, I talk
okay but sometimes have my bad moments.
But BUT BUT!!! I've recently made some other CD,TS friends and 2 of them have a stutter
too, one is 50 and has stuttered all his life and the other 47. I asked them how they
think it stemmed and they have no idea, only that they were bullied alot as kids. Is it
common among CDs, it just seems a coincidence. I am jumping too far into this, or am I
over reacting. Feel free.

tinkerbell
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby tinkerbell » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:27 pm

According to



Reading problems and stuttering are more common in
homosexuals. The rate of alcoholism was found to be much higher in females
homosexuals (lesbians).[/quote]

Melissa
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Melissa » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:27 pm

I had trouble with S's as a kid, but no stuttering problems.

Melissa

Sharon S L
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Sharon S L » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:28 pm

I have never, as far as I can remember, stuttered, well maybe once or twice when I was
realy stunned or shocked by something.

tinkerbell
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby tinkerbell » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:28 pm

...and I forgot, I have never had any speech or reading problems as a child or in
adulthood either.

another thing...on the article, TS stands for Tourette's Syndrome and not
Transsexulism.

tinkerbell

Louise
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Louise » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:28 pm

As a child I had a problem with stuttering, but this went away by the time I was in my
late teens or early twenties. I never had reading problems and was a very
precocious reader. I have always been extremely shy and attribute this in part to
my early stuttering. I never liked having to speak in front of a group.

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby sandra jane » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:29 pm


Chaunte
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Chaunte » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:29 pm

I tend to stutter if I am a) very tired or b) my mind is racing faster than my
tongue.

There have been times in class when I will be trying to make a point and I can't - get
- it - out! I take a second to close my eyes and say aloud, "Stop and say it
sloooowly." After that, I'll say what ever the phrase was that I was having
trouble with v e r y s l o w l y... Once I do that, I can get back to
my Upstate New York tongue-speed.

Chaunte

Amanda Barber
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Amanda Barber » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:30 pm

I have allways had a slight stutter/stammer. Don't know if its a CDS/TS thing though.

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Jillieann Rose » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:30 pm

Hi PrettyFlowingGown,
Nope no stuttering here.
I did have speech therapy for what was called a "lazy tongue" when I was a young
child.

Jillieann

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby sandra jane » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:30 pm

hi IM sandra jane I started stuttering when I was 10 .it was not much longer that I
started wearing my sisters clothes. I now wear my wifes clothes but she does not know
. I keeped it form her for 26 years i crossdress in private when she is at
work. If talk on the phone when I am dressed up I do not stammer but I do when in my
male clothes. so it must be the thouht of getting caught when dressed up that makes me
nervous. p s I am new to the site and not got any friends yet and only just
getting uesed to computer

Melissa
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Melissa » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:31 pm

Hmm, the pattern seems to be that stuttering is much more common in CDs, but not
TSs.

Melissa

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Ms.Behavin » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:31 pm

I had a studdering problem more so in my younger days, but it went completely away
after I can out. I also have the thought overrun the speach circuits thing, where
I would need to stop and start over slowly. I have that less now too, but it was a real
problem in my younger days. Hence the studdering.

Beni

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby LynnER » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:32 pm

I occasionaly studder or stammer... but only when really angry, excited or tired...
basicly when I cant remember the word Im trying to say. I usualy go silent and
spin my hands hopeing the other person will get the point and then spew out the meaning
of the word rather than the word itsself... *Shrugs* but everyone I know
does pretty much the same thing... I just do it more often LoL.

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby Cindi Jones » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:32 pm

I have brain farts. Does that count as anything?



Cindi

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby debbie60 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:32 pm


beatrix
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby beatrix » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:33 pm

I forget words, which causes a little stammering when I'm tired. And I mumble,
which irritates everyone.

Mumble.

But perhaps it would be worth it to see what the distribution of stuttering throughout
society is. Per a google search(

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby AnnieE » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:33 pm

I have a small speech problem. As far as the reading thing goes, I read a page of a
normal novel page about every 7-10 seconds and remember far more about a book than
normal readers. Although, the speech problem and reading ability definately comes from
my Autism not my GID.

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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby buddJT » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:34 pm

i had a stuttering problem as a kid but have out grown it mostly. I still do from
time to time especially if I am upset or nervous have issues with words that start with
A and G. G words are the worst.

ariareflection0
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Re: Is Stuttering common among CDS, TS?

Postby ariareflection0 » Sat Feb 11, 2017 11:34 pm

I still have an issue with stuttering on certain words, or if I get excited. My brain
computes faster than I can talk usually about a paragraph faster. Kinda shows when I'm
around friends. I not sure why I stutter sometimes-I mean I majored in English in
my studies and passed with flying colors.


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