Hello, I'm new to this forum but not new to stuttering, lol.. Well my stutter isn't as severe as some individuals in this forum.. A little about my self, I used to go to speech therapy when I was in elementary school and some of my junior high school years. I am now 23 years old and I do stutter sometimes. I mostly stutter when I have to think about what I'm going to say, especially when you know someone is going to ask you a question and you know what that question is, some can probably relate with me.
Anyways, I noticed that when I speak there are some words that I cannot say but when I speak with an accent it comes out. I'm going through the application process this year for medical school , which includes a group interview, and this is going to be the method I'm going to use, speaking with an accent with people who you won't really encounter..
Again this is a method that I use, and I can say that a lot of my friends don't really know that I stutter so I'm not that bad, but I want others to try this out.. I prefer the British accent..