yes it does as soon as you get someone new
People say it does but takes time, and I want to add: <br />
It's not time what heals, it's what you do with time that heals.<br />
Things you can do with time that will help you heal: go out, have activities, have a life.<br />
Things that you can do with time that WON"T help you heal: stay inside, watch TV, browse the internet endlessly, think about him, call him, stalk him, check out his facebook, think about what could have been...
there always be a scar after a cut. <br />
even if it healed, the memories will always be there.
Yes, when you decide to let go, and start a new life.
No you never get over it and alsways miss the one that got away. The heartaches just mount up as the years roll on and more and more people breake your heart
When it does break it never fully heals, it will always leave a small but some how prominent scar
I believe....Time wounds all heels : )
The broken heart finds itself a way to function around without healing. It carries the pain along.
No, a truly broken heart, like the ones caused by the death of your precious, priceless Husband after 35 years, never heals and it doesn't get easier as time goes on, like most people think it does.<br />
Yes, a broken heart from breaking up with a boyfriend or girlfriend does heal. It takes time and patience and I do believe each break up leaves a scar, but scars are only healed wounds afterall.
Yes. It always does. The heart heals and leaves a scar. Like a scratch. It's takes a looooong time. But it does heal. Mine did.
even if a broken heart in mendable, even if time heals the scar.... can one ever stop fearing the pain from a heart break?
No, the more you suffer, the darker and more evil you become, the more suffering you inflict on others as revenge for what's been done to you.
No. Once the heart tissue becomes damaged, it doesn't heal.
With time it will heal. But you will never forget the reason it was broken
I think it depends on why your heart is broken. I think most broken hearts are heal-able :)
No. We learn to move on with our lives, learn to love and like again, but all wounds come up at one point or another. Time helps us move on, not heal.
not really, you have to put that situation away but you'll always remember the hurt, the only solution is to have new situations in your life get all the attention.
It does heal, but it usually leaves scars.
Not always. I don't know what the percentages are. It would be an interesting scientific study.