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I mean personally I believe its okay to be curious but it isn't always justified to act on that curiosity. For example one may wonder how somebody got their facial scar. Its one thing to wonder. Its another to inquire. Your are your thoughts here?
artemesia4u artemesia4u 18-21, F 8 Answers Apr 18, 2011

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Yes, but take it a step further. Are you wondering about the person's story and how a struggle may have shaped their character? Are you concerned that they have an outlet for talking about past tragedy?<br />
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Are you ready to judge this person ba<x>sed on the location and type of scar, and what it might suggest about their past? Do you want to know if they were a cutter - meaning you can think them weaker than you? Would it titillate you to find out they went back to their abuser one time too many before meeting their current spouse, on whom you have a crush?<br />
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As with any sudden focus or interest, we have to be conscious of Where our mind is going and Why?<br />
Are we serving ourselves or the other person? And what would really be best for all ???

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How is a scar private if others can see it?

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a facial scar is one thing you should ask them about because they would be ofended if a little kid made fun of it and it was part of their past they left behind. but some things you don't know like do they not drink because they are in a.a. or did they go blind from a o.d. you would have to wait for them to tell you about when the time is right.

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If it is a really bad scar then the person may not want to relive the moment that caused it. If they want to talk about , they will tell you without you asking.

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So......been in a knife fight lately? That would break the ice nicely....

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