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  1. As I've become more independent in the last few years, I've found verbal communication really difficult. I'm hoping that learning BSL will allow me to communicate more effectively. Campus life has been extremely overwhelming and when I'm most stressed and least prepared, I physically cannot speak. It's not a 24/7 problem but it can crop up when communication is important, so I thought it would be best to trying something new. So far, I've just been writing notes but I think BSL might be able to open some doors for me. I'm so used to avoiding unnecessary social situations and writing littl
  2. I've always wanted to learn sign language. The ability to talk to a friend i used to have in yr 2 who was deaf or just communicate with a slight level of secrecy to it. When i was in Yr 5 they taught us finger spelling and the words 'Beard' , 'Goat' and 'Father Christmas '. When i got into Yr 7 i started to get more anxious and social anxiety levels gradually got worse. I started to figure that it'd be easier not to stress about saying the wrong thing or saying something to upset anyone. The only way i could think to do that was to just stop talking at all. And thats what i did. Im now mute an
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