I fully agree with Prathusha. I would also like to add that when we stutter, we normally feel ashamed, humiliated…. we definitely don’t feel good. It’s extremely unpleasant. So the way I see it, someone who stutters when they speak, they can’t get to enjoy it, as long as they keep on stuttering. At least that has been my experience.
But as soon as our speech begins to improve and become smoother and more fluent, we begin to enjoy it more and more.
When we stop stuttering (become PWSS), at the beginning we will still be feeling fears and pressure, so because of this, we might still not enjoy speaking as much as we’d like to, but, just like before, as the fears and anxiety start to disappear, our love for speaking will increase.