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Reblog if you would still love someone even if they had self-harm scars.

I do.

The husband is covered with them.  Big, fat, raised, ridged scars across both arms, his chest, and his stomach.  Guess what, fuckers, I STILL LOVE HIM.

my best friend/neighbour. razorblade scars all over her body and i love her sosomuch. the kindest, most considerate person you’d ever meet.

my boyfriend loves me despite my scars <3

I always loved scars, I think they’re super cute and are signs of strenght and courage.

Dated someone for almost three years, and her scars were part of who she was. She made it through all of that pain and came through as the amazing person that she is now. Self harm scars are not disgusting, they are just part of your story. 
I hope that I will find love, in spite of my self harm scars. (and I am confident that I will)

I wouldn’t even love someone “despite” their self-harm scars. I’d love them because of their scars. Not that I would be happy for any suffering they went through, but because the scars are a part of who they are, a part of their life and their struggles. And because I would be glad they pulled through whatever situation they were in, even if it meant using self-harm to get through it.

I had a similar thought to you, but I wasn’t sure that I wanted to say that I loved her because of her scars. I mean, I loved her scars - the way they felt underneath my fingers, and the way they tell the story of her life and what she has been through. But I didn’t love her because of her scars. They were just a part of the person I loved. :)

I have a scat that runs from my sternum to my belly button. I’m loved none the less.

My love has a bunch of them… I love every one of them and every bit of her.  They show what she’s come through, how lost she once felt, and how strong she had to be to pull herself through it all.Love yourself… YOU ARE PERFECT!

hewhoisfluid:

practice-self-love:

misohead:

practice-self-love:

yoga-body:

tiffanyisgettinghealthy:

allyfit:

sonneillonv:

helltor:

Reblog if you would still love someone even if they had self-harm scars.

I do.

The husband is covered with them.  Big, fat, raised, ridged scars across both arms, his chest, and his stomach.  Guess what, fuckers, I STILL LOVE HIM.

my best friend/neighbour. razorblade scars all over her body and i love her sosomuch. the kindest, most considerate person you’d ever meet.

my boyfriend loves me despite my scars <3

I always loved scars, I think they’re super cute and are signs of strenght and courage.

Dated someone for almost three years, and her scars were part of who she was. She made it through all of that pain and came through as the amazing person that she is now. Self harm scars are not disgusting, they are just part of your story. 

I hope that I will find love, in spite of my self harm scars. (and I am confident that I will)

I wouldn’t even love someone “despite” their self-harm scars. I’d love them because of their scars. Not that I would be happy for any suffering they went through, but because the scars are a part of who they are, a part of their life and their struggles. And because I would be glad they pulled through whatever situation they were in, even if it meant using self-harm to get through it.

I had a similar thought to you, but I wasn’t sure that I wanted to say that I loved her because of her scars. I mean, I loved her scars - the way they felt underneath my fingers, and the way they tell the story of her life and what she has been through. But I didn’t love her because of her scars. They were just a part of the person I loved. :)

I have a scat that runs from my sternum to my belly button. I’m loved none the less.

My love has a bunch of them… I love every one of them and every bit of her.  They show what she’s come through, how lost she once felt, and how strong she had to be to pull herself through it all.
Love yourself… YOU ARE PERFECT!

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