“My name is Ngina”
At least that’s how it’s supposed to come out.
“Mm..y n.ame is..is..i.s n…ggggi..gi..na..”
You can barely read that am sure.It’s a jumbled, drawn-out, awkward. Harsh to the ears. Painful to watch.
Introducing myself is one of the hardest things I have to do as a child.
I have a bad stutter.
The problem with stuttering is that once you begin to talk, the mouth and vocal cords engage automatic gear. You can’t stop talking even when you want to.