Fast Answer: Yes (it’s not visible to the eye)
A few years ago, a moment of inebriated anger at an innocuous dinner and dance would change my life. Because it involved someone I loved who I brought as my “plus 1”, this moment would create a scar so deep that it’s taken years for it to heal. And, like the definition of what scars are, I have to be at peace with it being there. Because the scar reminds me of how words can hurt. It’s a painful reminder that I can be better for the people that matter to me today. The scar also reminds me to treasure life – and to never give another man the keys to that.
(This question is part of a 30-day Q&A challenge using the “365 & me” app)