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Why Do Some People Talk So Loud?
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[quote:shouldbblonde:MV84MzczNjlfMTI5NzY3MzRfNjJBQThCMTE=] [quote:gooderboy] ... I am sorry, but I tend to think/feel that she does know that she does it... or else, she wouldn't get all embarrassed by it when it's brought to her attention. And oh sure... maybe the first couple of times it might be a bit embarrassing, and cuz that would be sorta like a light bulb going off and letting her know that she wasn't aware of something that she's doing.... and thus.... there is something there that definitely needs to be addressed... at-tended to... dealt with... and/or taken care of. And ya know what I mean? [/quote] Oh boy this is getting deep. Do you think once she deals with the baggage her voice will lower? [/quote]
My friend talks very loud. I don't think they realize it. However if I say shhhhh or keep it down they get mad at me.
Does anyone know of a way to not talk loud or train yourself not to talk so loud?
I would love to send them a few links about voice training but I can't find anything.
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