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I make love with a focus and intensity that most people reserve for sleep.



Dark Jar Tin Zoo


#funny #humor #intense #intensity #love

She asked if I loved another woman, so I answered honestly and said, “Dinner was great, but I could go for dessert.”



Dark Jar Tin Zoo


#food #funny #honesty #humor #love

Trust is to human relationships what faith is to gospel living. It is the beginning place, the foundation upon which more can be built. Where trust is, love can flourish.


Barbara Smith


#beginning #built #faith #flourish #foundation

Love is inaudible—until you hear it. And once you do, you’ll never forget the sound of her voice.



Dark Jar Tin Zoo


#forget #hear #inaudible #listen #love

I'm sorry you don't like coming back here," her mother often said, to cap whatever petty dust-up they'd had. How could Emily explain: it wasn't her mother or Kersey she'd disowned, but her earlier self, that strange, ungrateful girl who strove to be first at everything and threw tantrums when she failed.


Stewart O'Nan


#arguments #coming-home #daughters #family #fights

If you stay in the company of anger, pain, or hurt, happiness will find someone else to visit. Make the choice to view all of your past relationships as a gift. Throw out what hasn’t worked in the past and incorporate new concepts. Focus on being happy.


Kristen Crockett


#happiness #hurt #relationships #anger

I have actually known a case where a Woman has exterminated her whole household, and half an hour afterwards, when her rage was over and the fragments swept away, has asked what has become of her husband and her children.


Edwin A. Abbott


#family-relationships #humour #satire #women #anger

The most important thing in communication is hearing what isn't being said. The art of reading between the lines is a life long quest of the wise.


Shannon L. Alder


#love #relationships #art

Earlier in this book I noted that one of my favorite sayings is “You get what you tolerate.” This applies in spades to your relationships. Failing to speak up about something carries the implication that you are OK with it—that you are prepared to continue tolerating it. As a companion saying goes, “Silence means consent.” If you tolerate snide or offensive remarks from your boss or colleague, the remarks will continue. If you tolerate your spouse’s lack of consideration for your feelings, it will continue. If you tolerate the disregard of people who regularly turn up late for meetings or social engagements, they will continue to keep you cooling your heels. If you tolerate your child’s lack of respect, you will continue to get no respect. Each time you tolerate a behavior, you are subtly teaching that person that it is OK to treat you that way.


Margie Warrell


#relationships #respect #tolerate #courage

Cheaters are cowards that are tempted to chase the fantasy of what could be… instead of courageously addressing their own self-destructive behavior and cultivating what is.


Steve Maraboli


#cheater #cheating #life #love #relationships






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