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Do You Believe That Time Heals All Wounds?

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Posted 3/21/11 , edited 3/21/11

Turbo-Blue wrote:

My wife just got sent on a deployment to iraq, we have a 16 month old baby girl, and she just informed me she likes someone else who she is deploying with so were basically seperated right now. Dont think I will ever truley heal from this wound, but I will learn to cope. Life is a mystery, we can truely never know what will happen next. I just hope I get to live mine long enough and full enough, if I can wounds wont matter much...


Ugh... I am sorry. That makes ME feel like shit. And im not the one it's happened to =/

And no, i don't beleive time heals all wounds, infact im pretty sure time can often make wounds worst. Just like actual physical injuries mental and emotional injuries are subject to infection if not treated properly... trust me I know.

Sometimes you need to be tended to, and you cant take care of the wound yourself. you may get something akin to an emotional or mental infection, and the side effects can leave you emotionally stunted or just plain crazy.

I don't see what else there could be to say, Just hope that if your hurt so badly that you cant deal with it yourself, The remedy isn't left up to TIME, because TIME is no man's ally.
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Time heals nothing.
If you don't do anything and just wait, everything will get worse.
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emotional scars are hard to heal sometimes.
everyone is differant in their capibility to fix the damage
some getover it
some let it fester
and with some it breaks them and time won't help at all
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It does, unfortunately. I say 'unfortunately' because that makes suffering pointless, and when you know suffering is pointless while suffering, you become very, very lost as to what to do.
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no i have a hate war spanning 8 and a 1/2 years... it's all over a cookie
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It depends... Most ppl will forgive but will never forget.
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time helps you MOVE ON..but not HEAL. you live and thats how time helps, but the pain is still there and inside you and could affect you without you even knowing and has changed you and become part of your life in that way. Or sometimes time makes the wounds burried with the dust of time, so you almost forget, but i still believe it hurts, maybe when someone dusts that area, or a gush of breeze sweeps the dust. ok so cheesy :p
Posted 3/21/11 , edited 3/21/11
I may get over it over time but I won't forget it.....
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Emotional wounds heal over time, but emotional scars will never disappear.
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Posted 3/21/11 , edited 3/22/11
It is always the TIME who is patient enough to be your company and does heal evrything :)
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i think it just keeps creatiing new ones
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Posted 3/23/11 , edited 3/23/11

KriGeRKranNe wrote:


lilodreamer wrote:

lol, i like it!!! ^-^ says exactly wat i want it to say. You sure did your research. ^-^
My point was that coping can always come in handy. I never said the pain won't disappear.
btw, you are not forced to live with the pain, you have a choice.
Many infact, you can commit suicide as you see fit, forget about it and repress the situation feelings and so forth.
Take out your misery on something else, displacement and so forth.
In a way coping is a defense mechanisim. You can look that up if you like. ^-^



Nah no need, only looked it up because I was unsure of what the word exactly meant ;)

But still, suicide is not an option! Understand that death solves nothing...
Repression of feelings will ultimately either lead to your own demise (be that death or jail), or lead to a break-down!

That coupled together with the fact that both suicide and repression of feelings will in fact lead to you forgetting that precious someone - and that is almost worse then death - for it is the duty of those loved ones who are still alive, to be a living witness of those who are dead. For if they do not do so, in the end it would be as if said loved one never even existed.... And that is wrong!

But yes, you are right that there is still a choice.... although the majority of these choices are wrong they are indeed there!

But as Charles Kingsley once said:


Charles Kingsley:

There are two freedoms - the false, where a man is free to do what he likes; the true, where he is free to do what he ought.


Which in my opinion leads me to believe that there in fact is only one true, viable, right choice in this matter! The rest are merely diversions...


Another great point!!! ^-^
me personally, i think everyone should have the right to do what they feel is right, even if it means commiting suicide.
If you think about it, that person really must have taken a long time to think of doing such a thing. To add on, they must be super brave to even do such a thing. For that I give them credit. (yes, even though it is wrong)

Now, about the living, yes I do feel bad for them, but that one person is not held responsible for the others who are alive. They did not leave without knowing that they will not affect someone atleast, they do know that somone might care. However time always allows ppl to be selfish once in a while. Time will allow you to suffer, time will allow you to do almost anything.

Time is so cruel and yet so nice at the same time that whatever happens will happen.
Just so you know I don't think that I am right. I just wanted to voice out what I thought about the situation.
So, whether I'm wrong or right I won't mind. Like I've said it all depends on the individual.
Posted 12/9/11 , edited 12/10/11
hmmm maybe?
Posted 12/9/11 , edited 12/10/11
Yes, time can heal all wounds, but this does not mean you shouldn't put your own effort towards the mending. If left alone over time wounds can fester, they need care and love to properly heal.
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Posted 12/9/11 , edited 12/10/11
I think treating and mending wounds with a proactive approach is better than leaving them to rot and dry up.
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