As human beings, we have physical and emotional vulnerabilities. Physically, after an injury, we can often still see a scar after the injury itself has healed. When we consider emotional wounds experienced in our history, it is obviously far more difficult to see the resulting scars.
Many emotional wounds run deep and leave psychological scars that surface and re-open, often sub-consciously. These inner wounds are more difficult to heal as they are not readily observed. It is important for us to give as much care to our psychological scars as we would to our physical injuries and pain.
Do you know scars from your past that re-open when facing certain encounters? How do you tend to those scars?
Take-Away #60, from TAKE-AWAYS: A LITTLE BOOK OF REFLECTIONS
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