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SamStevens
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2/13/2015 9:48:46 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
I have concluded that I have a deep voice based on other's opinions and me hearing my own voice. My problem is that, in relatively loud places, such as a cafeteria, pep rally, or even in a classroom, people have trouble hearing me. I usually have to talk pretty loudly to be heard; after a couple minutes, my throat begins to hurt. Why is this? Other students seem to be quite audible in noisy environments with out projecting and can have extended conversations with out trouble. Does anyone else have this issue?
lannan13
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2/13/2015 10:04:57 PM
Posted: 3 years ago
At 2/13/2015 9:48:46 PM, SamStevens wrote:
I have concluded that I have a deep voice based on other's opinions and me hearing my own voice. My problem is that, in relatively loud places, such as a cafeteria, pep rally, or even in a classroom, people have trouble hearing me. I usually have to talk pretty loudly to be heard; after a couple minutes, my throat begins to hurt. Why is this? Other students seem to be quite audible in noisy environments with out projecting and can have extended conversations with out trouble. Does anyone else have this issue?

Don't feel bad. I've been fooling myself for quite sometime until I heard a musical recording of myself and realized that my voice is nassaly and I never thought I sounded like that. What we do is image what we think we should sound like and eventually after constant lying to ourselves we sound like said voice in our own minds.
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