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From: Joanne McShane
Date: 21 Oct 2004
Time: 21:52:57 -0500
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Dear Mike, I am a graduate student in Speech Language Pathology and I found your article to be truly inspirational. Although I do not stutter, I found that I expereince many of the same feelings you discussed having in the past when I am in certain situations. For instance, if I am intimidated by someone, I feel anxious and criticize the way acted and what I said over and over in my head. I, too, tell myself that the person is not even thinking about our interaction at all afterwards, but I still find it hard to grasp and embrace that idea and thought. I feel, therefore, that your article enables other individuals who may not stutter to gain a bit of understanding and insight into how persons who stutter may feel at times. Thank you. Joanne McShane

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