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Do You Believe That Time Heals All Wounds?
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Posted 4/13/12
It does.
Posted 4/13/12
Depends on the person...
I think the person can move on but the scars remain...
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Posted 4/13/12
Yes, but some wounds leave scars.
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Posted 4/13/12
Based on my experience time lessens the pain of wounds, but I don't know if it ever fully heals them.
Posted 4/13/12
So far, my eyes are still scarred from seeing people.
Posted 4/14/12 , edited 4/14/12
Time doesn't heal wounds even if you forget them. The problem with forgetting your wounds, is that they can come back long after you thought they were gone.

What heals (or even absorbs) wounds is the correct perspective. Do not forget your wounds, sit down in a quiet place and think deeply about them until they resolve.

PS: Don't attempt to meditate on your wounds if you have a history of mental illness, are taking anti-depressants or operate heavy machinery.
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Posted 4/14/12
think of it as a physical wound. A scab would form and heal but you will likely be left with a scar (Not the same).
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Posted 4/15/12

shinigami2513 wrote:

Based on my experience time lessens the pain of wounds, but I don't know if it ever fully heals them.


This is pretty accurate in my experience. Depending upon the severity, you never completely "heal," so to speak. While some of my mental/emotional wounds don't bother me as much as they used to, they fundamentally changed me and cumulatively make me who I am now, for better or worse.
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Posted 4/16/12
Time doesn't heal all wounds. It just lets you forget.
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Posted 4/16/12
It doesn't. It just gives you a temporary relief, but once you think about those wounds, you will hurt again.
Posted 4/16/12
Time, time, time. Blood, blood, blood. Yay, let's all shower in pain and die quietly.
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Posted 5/19/12
No but we all get wounded over time.
Posted 5/19/12
no, its been a year and i still cant get over the fact that rosario vampire wont get a 3rd season
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it will make you forget the un-wanted memories
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Posted 5/19/12
Well not the time itself but it's really how you handle yourself through time. You can't heal your wounds just by staying in your room constantly thinking about what could've been and moping about it. When you get cut you can't expect for someone to place the bandaid on your wound, you must do it yourself to learn how to overcome the issue. When I got hurt i was depressed for a while and I always thought about the good times, but then i began thinking more clearly on the bad times and I realized that this situation was going to happen sooner or later. Time is precious depending on the way you use it, you can let it give you life or you can let it kill you slowly .
Your choice.
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