Not being able to speak
Quote by Rosemary Crossley: “Not being able to speak is not the same as not ...”
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There was nothing left but doubt. I picked up my pen and wrote my way out. Someone on Twitter had this as their tweet and I had to keep it. It really is fitting as right now, I really need to write how I feel as things are becoming so overwhelming. I was sending my psych emails and she would call me out of concern.
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How do you tell the story of someone who has no words? As her mother, I can only give my side of the story and just hope that I can put into words just how very special Sierra is in this life. Sierra was born at midnight on my 29th birthday. From birth, she was an easy and happy baby. She always had plenty of smiles and giggles to share. Unfortunately, Sierra was also plagued with ear infections and respiratory problems for much of her first year.
I stopped speaking on my 27th birthday in , because I found myself arguing all the time. After witnessing an oil spill in San Francisco Bay in , I gave up using motorised vehicles and started walking everywhere as a statement about pollution. I lived in a small village on the west coast of America, where I kept getting into debates about whether one person could make a difference. I would rant and rave about how everyone should do what I was doing. I used words to hide from other people, and from myself.
Muteness or mutism from Latin mutus , meaning 'silent' is an inability to speak, often caused by a speech disorder or surgery. Someone who is mute may be so due to the unwillingness to speak in certain social situations. Those who are physically mute may have problems with the parts of the human body required for human speech vocal cords , lungs , trachea , esophagus , mouth , or tongue , etc. Trauma or injury to Broca's area , located in the left inferior frontal cortex of the brain, can cause muteness. Selective mutism previously known as "elective mutism" is an anxiety disorder very common among young children, characterized by the inability to speak in certain situations.