Quotes and Sayings about Giving Up - Page 2
I would have stayed a hundred times and I would have left one time only – still, I left.
– Mihail Drumeş
I hated myself for going, why couldn’t I be the kind of person who stays?
– Jonathan Safran Foer
No matter how strong we try to stay, we all have those days when we don’t wanna be strong anymore.
It’s always too early to quit.
– Norman Vincent Peale
Never never give up!
Sometimes we have to let go of whats killing us, even if its killing us to let go.
Don’t give up before the miracle happens.
– Fannie Flagg
It’s not called giving up, it’s called doing what’s best for you, moving on.
The difference between Success and failure is not giving up.
– Steven Redhead
You didn’t do anything. That’s the problem. You never do anything.
Help me give up my addiction to Hope.
– Chuck Palahniuk
Sometimes you have to put a fake smile on and pretend like it all never happened. Its not called giving up, its called growing up.
Nothing hurts more than realizing you had someone special; someone who cared for you; someone who loved you; and you gave that up.
– Ricky Krajewski
Letting go doesn’t mean giving up… it means moving on.
Giving up doesn’t always mean you are weak, sometimes it means you are strong enough and smart enough to let go.
Remember that guy that gave up?
Neither does anybody else.
Sometimes, you have to give up on people, not because you don’t care but because they don’t.
As much as I want to be with someone, I’m too afraid to let anyone in. I’ve tried, and it ends up with me being hurt and hating myself more.
I guess it’s time for me to move on because what we had is truly gone.
A real scientist solves problems, not wails that they are unsolvable.
– Anne McCaffrey
Giving up doesn’t mean you’re a quitter, it just means whatever you’re fighting for is no longer worth the fight.
I’m giving up on love cause love’s given up on me.
– Miranda Lambert
You never give up,even when you should.
– Kelly Creagh
Today, when I stepped outside, I got shit on by a bird. But I’m still going back outside tomorrow.
– Christie Craig
There’s a difference between giving up and knowing when you’ve had enough.