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How stuttering in adults can be cured ?

it s aserious best friend .her age 22...and she complain from stuttering since she was child and contiune with her she go to alot of doctors and said it s due to psychological aspects like fear&anxity.but actually some times when she is in agood situation she stutter but.she some times speak normal but when she speak to stranger or in middel of group the problem increase there atreatment i really want to help please tell me what can i do to help her as she get upset when some one comment when she speak and iam sure there is a solution..
Asked On : Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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Thanks for query,
Your friend is having fobia or psychological fear of speaking infront of more people.
This is psychological condition and require treatment.
Consult psychiatrist and get her examined.
With treatment and conselling with psychologist she will be alright.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Mon, 5 Sep 2011
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