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time is a great healer

Emotional pain lessens in intensity over time. I know it's hard to consider now, as you're grieving, but time is a great healer. I'm sure you will reconcile with Kathleen eventually. After all, time is a great healer.
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Time is a great healer.

Prov. Emotional pain will grow less as time passes. You may think your heart is broken and you can never possibly love again, but time is a great healer.
See also: great, time
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of American Idioms and Phrasal Verbs. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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With time, however, most pehlwan healers - with the exception of a few - died without transferring the skills to their generations.
District Police Officer Syed Shahzad Nadeem Bukhari told newsmen that police had launched a crackdown on fake faith healers in rural areas.
Lyall Watson, a biologist from South Africa (and author of the best-selling book 'SuperNature'), who placed diseased tissue taken by a Filipino faith healer from a patient into a glass container with formaldehyde, sealed it and sent in to a laboratory in South Africa for analysis.
Not all, but people with a particular type of personality and income groups tend to seek the help of these faith healers before visiting a professional physician or a psychiatrist.
In his homily he mentioned aptly that "everything we have been given by our Lord, big or small, including the talents we have, are meant to be shared." After the Mass, we realized that, indeed, this was Louie Ocampo's special way of giving back through his wholehearted performance, a generous gift to the students of the Divine Healer Academy of Sorsogon who will now be able to continue their education.
He maintained when that the victim fell unconscious the healer fled the scene.
On the other hand, sometime it also includes unqualified healers who misuse the trust of the patient in the profession by practising questionable therapies.
Being a healer is a respected position in Balinese society, one that is handed down over generations.
We would be very worried about people relying on a faith healer instead of proper medical care.
Sophal claimed Vanna was poisoned because he did not follow the healer's advice.
Layyah -- Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) arrested a fake healer from Layyah on Thursday for taking nude pictures and videos of girls in the name of faith healing.
In poor healers, MMP-9 levels were higher than those in the good healer group at W0 (p=0.001).
Therefore, it is in this context that the terms herbalist, traditional medicine and traditional healer are used in this study.
9 reflects the referral sources of information to consult the faith healer. As it is evident in the table, 24.1% respondents got information from the people who already had consulted the faith healer, 22.2% respondents were guided by their relatives, 18.8 % were guided by their friends, 16.5% were referred to by other childless couples, 8.8% respondents considered visiting the faith healer as part of their customs and traditions, and 5.4% respondents came to know about faith healer through cable TV advertisements, and only 4.2% respondents' source of information was newspaper.