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Do You Believe That Time Heals All Wounds?
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Time doesn't heal shit. Defense mechanisms in your mind heal emotional scars.
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many things can happen during that time to help u forget
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27 / F / Singapore
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No.It doesn't.
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24 / F / Cebu, Philippines
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..time cant heal the pain in my heart..
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21 / F / in a bookshop or...
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yeah sure.....but i have 2 not think about the past and what could have been
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nope...
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25 / F / Tokyo,Japan.
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Posted 1/6/09
maybe so...
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22 / F / Somewhere
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Posted 1/6/09
Emotional wounds usually can't be healed with time only Though it depends on the wounded one too
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Depends on the person and what that has happened to him / her.

I don't know if I would be able to accept the fact that if I lost any of my body parts (arms / feet / even toes, fingers / eyes and hands) or genetalies!(dunno if written right.)

One of the reasons why I think so is because you are reminded of it every fucking time you look at that lump that used to be your foot, arm, finger, toe, hand, (eye), dick (!) etc. Same goes with victims of severe fire, acid (toxic), venom, radio-activity and such.

I would most likely be affected by that for a loooong time. I would probably feel so helpless and miserable if something like that happened to me.

I do believe that I would be able to overcome any metal damage that could happen to me though.

(Sure as hell hope so atleast.)

Mental damage can at least be treated (in most cases...depending on the person), forgotten, supressed and such. Not severe physical damage like amputations which cause depression, sorrow and so on...

So no, I don't really think that time can heal ALL wounds.
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Posted 1/6/09 , edited 1/6/09

makix wrote:

Time doesn't heal shit. Defense mechanisms in your mind heal emotional scars.


Yeah it does, cause it takes time for the brain to active those so called defense mechanisms.
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no not all the wounds. u tell yourself that they have but in actual fact telling yourself makes them even hurt more. some are left as scars and looking at them hurts u can either sit back and cryyy or js move on. i moved on soo manny times
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Not raccoon wounds.
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It really depends on what type of person you are and how deeply you were hurt. I'll give some examples:

People who can accept what happened to cause that wound.
People that hold all there anger and hurt inside.
People that are stuck in the past.
...etc

Don't live in the past. Reminiscing won't heal anything. You will only miss out on your future. You can always use my philosophy...

ACCEPT, FORGIVE, LOVE

Posted 1/6/09

Poopkeeper wrote:


SeductiveGerbil wrote:


Poopkeeper wrote:



Sorry to break it to you, but he got you when you stated your avatar is in the state of pleasure which is an emotion.

Let's not change the subject to grammar errors now.

No.
I'm sorry to break this to you.
My avatar is not me.
It is a cartoon.
Notice how orange and white it is?
Humans do not look like that.
Do I have to guide you through the colour spectrum?

Also.
Try reading the whole page next time.

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So then mr. robot, seems that you are using the wrong terminology, seems you need to be reprogrammed, haha.

He changed it to grammar 1st.

No one stated your avatar is you, we were discussing on how your hamster has the emotion of pleasure when you said that "SeductiveGerbil" has no emotion, which is most likely your avatar. Then again who knows, maybe your parents call you that at home. As far as I'm concerned I consider no one human through the internet because I have doubts anyone can be as shameless and rude amongst one another on forum/threads such as these. I probably should have read twice that you both went transitioned to states of emotion to grammar error, but as long as we all know that pleasure is an emotion and to gain reproduction, you need to pleasured down there.

Yes, but the thread states "you" so why would it have anything to do with my avatar?
Maybe I like to talk about myself in third person?
And why would I name my avatar?
Posted 1/6/09
If that were the case than most people wouldn't be in mental hospitals
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