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Why Do Some People Talk So Loud?
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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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