Stutter And Stay Quiet In Public?
. Why, if for example, if you want to ask, say stuttering, then you just have to talk like it wants to finish, there’s an environment where there is a dispute. So just keep quiet and keep quiet. Then keep it in your heart so it becomes furious. Stored in the heart so it will cry. Someone like that, why? What should he fix about it?
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. We understand your confusion. However, what you are describing does not yet specifically describe social phobia. Social phobia is a mental disorder in which a person faces excessive fear when faced with social situations, such as eye contact with others, eating in front of others, entering a room full of people, attending parties, speaking in public, dating, and even sufferers do not want to go to crowded places like shopping centers. When forced, then his heart can beat, he experiences shortness of breath, nausea, dizziness, tightened muscles, the body becomes rigid and speech becomes slow.
Back to your description, this condition can still be found in normal people. In everyday life, there are people who are too shy and are reluctant to do things that others consider simple, like asking questions. For some people, the questioning activities, especially those done in public, to strangers, to people he likes or even to people he fears, can feel very heavy and this is natural. That is his personality. Can still be changed with practice, but not an abnormality.
Neither did the dispute. Breaking up is not an easy matter, because we must have the courage to enter into the dispute to be able to break up. This is also not an easy thing for everyone to do, and it is still natural for anyone to be afraid of breaking up the dispute and feeling better to keep themselves buried and then vent to tears. This is not a good problem solving step, but again, it does not necessarily make the person a disorder. The trigger, it could be because he used to be humiliated or physically or mentally hurt in public, whether intentional or not, which makes him reluctant to make social contact and feel better to keep it alone.
Our advice, if indeed in your view, his attitude has been very disturbing daily, then consult him to a psychologist or psychiatrist, because regardless of whether he actually has a disorder or not, the two experts can certainly help. But if from the person himself is still not too disturbed, tell him to try to be more open. Practice speaking in front of the glass slowly and clearly to reduce stuttering, and be brave enough to speak in public, starting from small groups such as daring to express feelings in front of family members or friends, then to groups of friends, and to a greater part. Practice breathing patterns too, so that he can calm down in certain situations. If it is difficult, it is not a problem to consult a psychologist or psychiatrist. So, hopefully answering your question.