My wife who's 29 happens to have a very nasally voice and we're considering speech therapy for her.
She kind of sounds like Janice from the show Friends (minus the annoying laugh). It comes out the most with vowel sounds...mostly long I, short A and short o.
It's weird though because she can say a word normally but then say it nasally in the very next sentence.
Is this something that can be worked on at age 29?
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