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Fear of public speaking can be eased

Allison M. Quinn, an executive at a financial advisory firm, doesn’t have a fear of public speaking per se, but admits to still getting nervous.
Photographer: Joan Heffler
Allison M. Quinn, an executive at a financial advisory firm, doesn’t have a fear of public speaking per se, but admits to still getting nervous.
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Julia Dalger of Schenectady used to get so nervous trying to speak in front of groups that she would often draw a blank. “For some reason, the level of anxiety that I had would force me to become speechless, and if anyone knows me they know I am someone who is not short on words,” Dalger said. To add to the stress, when words did finally come to her, they would come in her first ...

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