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Do You Believe That Time Heals All Wounds?

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Posted 3/4/12 , edited 3/5/12
It may not heal them but after a long time you forget about them, and after a wile it wont bother you anymore
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In my religious standpoint, I say that any emotional wound can definitely be healed through God, faster than time ever can.

But, apart from that, I still think that time can heal all wounds just as long as you're not holding a grudge. Forgiveness will relieve a lot more pain that you can imagine
Posted 4/10/12 , edited 4/11/12
that is the stupidest thing ive ever heard, hell knows time just likes to rub mine in my face
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I believe time heals all wounds, the things back then don't really matter now. Either I have learned how to deal with it, or it has changed so I don't have to deal with it. And that is life.
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Nope. There are some wounds that just can't and won't heal. They will leave scars.
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Well, wait long enough and you'll be dead, so not really
Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12
No. But it can be a pretty band-aid.
Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12
Physically yes, emotionally maybe not.

It becomes easier to move on and forget about emotional problems over time, but they can always leave you feeling bitter, especially if something jogs your memory, and your scumbag brain makes you relive what you had forgotten.
Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12
"Time does not heal, it makes a half-stitched scar that can be broken, and again you feel the grief as in it's first hour."
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I believe that saying but it depends on the person too if he'll let time do it's job.
There are people who are too stubborn and would rather harden their hearts than forgive and forget.
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I'd let time heal my wounds if I believed in that natural homeopathic crap, toss that, I say there is no such thing as an emotional scar, just a bunch of whiny emo kiddies, they don know how good dey got it, say when I wuz yer age, we waz luky to git dem emoshennal scurz an lern uz a lessun dat way rathr thn a beatin id take dem emoshnal scurz anydayz over dem beatinz

Not to make light of domestic violence as a source of emotional scarring tho, cuz seriously, if someone you know is beating up someone, send them to jail, unless of course you don't live in a society that will send violent scumbags to jail. Then kill em an enter jail/go to the gallows with a smile on yer face. or not.. I guess there is always reasoning.. "Say chum, it is not nice, to hit your children or your spouse it might give them an emotional scar and a devalued sense of self-worth. the likes of which might be the topic for discussion over an online forum consisting of a bunch of fat and happy kids wondering, Do emotional scars heal?"
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There's no need to get philosophical or semantic about it. Time can heal all wounds, and if it doesn't that just means you weren't able to let go and move on.
Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12

TimSpano wrote:

In my religious standpoint, I say that any emotional wound can definitely be healed through God, faster than time ever can.

But, apart from that, I still think that time can heal all wounds just as long as you're not holding a grudge. Forgiveness will relieve a lot more pain that you can imagine :)


Amen!
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Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12
Nope, some things last forever I guess. One might forget it most of the time, but from time to time it surfaces again. At least according to my experience.
Posted 4/11/12 , edited 4/11/12
Can you feel time? If you can, give me the cure.
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