boys with speech problems (●´ω｀●)
boys who stutter (●´ω｀●)
boys who lisp (●´ω｀●)
boys who aren’t fluent in english but speak it anyways (●´ω｀●)
boys who have trouble talking to others (●´ω｀●)
boys who are too scared to talk (●´ω｀●)
boys who are mute (●´ω｀●)
boys with accents (●´ω｀●)
And if I’m gone, I know what you could become. Because I know who you really are. A junky who solves crimes to get high, and the doctor who never came home from the war.
Will you listen to me?
Who you really are, doesn’t matter. It’s all about the legend. The stories, the adventures. There is a last refuge for the desperate, the unloved, the persecuted. There is a final court of appeal for everyone.
When life gets too strange, too impossible, too frightening, there is always one last hope. When all else fails there are two men sitting arguing in a scruffy flat like they’ve always been there, and always will.
The best and wisest men I have ever known.
how the fuck Sherlock knows about John’s “"forgiveness”“ speech to Mary "The problems of your past are your business, the problems of your future are my privilege” we get a flashback of it too but how could Sherlock know what John said? He wasn’t there. John said he chose those words with care. Unless…they’ve been in cahoots since HLV, the forgiveness speech, everything was planned to bring her down and TST is Sherlock helping John get an alibi holy shit it was right under my nose
On Johnlock, I’m just gonna say they left it open to interpretation, because I think it’s a very open, final episode.
There was a lot of BAD writing (Mofftiss must really like The Ring and Saw), and they used some characters horribly (I don’t even care for Molly and that was just a shitty and pointless scene to put her through)
But there were good, gripping moments, too. Some really stellar moments where you were at the edge of your seat, and your heart was racing.
This wasn’t their best episode, but I’m not going to say it’s the worst either.
This feels like it’s the last one. And if it is, I’m just glad we got some fantastic, memorable episodes that never, ever will stop being magnificent.
Prophet Musa (as) had a speech problem. When time came He made his dua:
O Lord open my heart for me, and ease my task for me. “Loosen a knot from my tongue (to make my speech more fluent), So that they may understand my speech clearly.
Holy Qur'an, Ta'Ha 25-28
Allah accepted it and used him as a messenger to spread His message. Never underestimate yourself. Keep asking Allah for what is best for you and be patient. When the "right” time comes Allah will grant you things that you never imagined!
low self-esteem, needy, clingy or pseudo-independent behavior, inability to deal with stress and adversity, depressed, unresponsive, resists comforting
Susceptibility to chronic illness, obsession with food - may horde food, gorge, refuse to eat, eat strange things, may developmental delayed
lack of self-control, inability to develop and maintain friendships, alienation from parents, caregivers, and other authority figures, overly friendly and treating strangers like the primary caregiver, aggression and violence, difficultly with genuine trust, intimacy, and affection, lack of empathy, compassion and remorse, negative hopeless, pessimistic view of self, family and social.
behavioral problems at school; speech and language problems; incessant chatter and questions, difficulty learning
INSECURE ATTACHMENT PATTERNS
Although the signs of insecure attachment are many, they are really the girl’s attempt to make sense out of an unpredictable world. Some symptoms of attachment disruption can be tracked back to what the parent did not provide.
Mary's speech in Sherlock's mind.... an EMP interpretation
As a big fan of EMP, I’m still convinced we haven’t left Sherlock’s mind yet! This would mean that all of S4 takes place in Sherlock’s mind and belongs to his inner journey to become the man he wants to be!!
From this point of view the only remaining way to read this series is a symbolic and metaphoric one! This includes many many thoughts and ideas!! Many of them already pointed out by brilliant people!!! But for now I want to have a look at the final speech of Mary at the end of TFP inspired by this post of @gosherlocked!!!
I know this is a stiff subject, but still, I just want to share my thoughts…. So go on under the cut if you like to read a different and much more positive interpretation of Mary’s final words…
Do other introverts find it difficult to display their emotions when they speak?
Personally, I discovered that I am sometimes unable to show how I feel or express myself well enough, focusing on the content rather than tone. This often results in me sounding very monotone and boring, regardless of what I might be feeling on the inside.
I especially struggle when I have to talk to someone for the first time or give a speech in front of many people.