Hurt Quotes and Sayings
One of the stupidest mistake in life is thinking that the person who hurt you won’t hurt you again.
It’s not love that hurts. What hurts is being hurt by someone you love.
One day, I’ll start messing with your feelings and you’ll get mad because I finally learned how to play your game.
Sometimes, being hurt too many times, doesn’t make you stronger, it destroy who you were, who you wanted to be and makes who you are today.
– Rafael Prado
I can feel the hurt. There’s something good about it. Mostly it makes me stop remembering.
– Albert Borris
Once your heart gets broken you start to see cracks in everything.
Should I hate you because you hurt me? Or should I love you because you made me feel special?
In order to really hurt sometimes feelings, that person must really care about your opinion.
I smile like nothing’s wrong, talk like everything’s perfect, act like it’s all a dream, and pretend that it’s not hurting me.
Goodbyes hurt the most, when people leave without saying them.
There were things I wanted to tell him. But I knew they would hurt him. So I buried them, and let them hurt me.
– Jonathan Safran Foer
You don’t get to choose if you get hurt in this world…but you do have some say in who hurts you. I like my choices.
– John Green
What hurts us is what heals us.
– Paulo Coelho
Knowingly we don’t have time to help and Love people But Unknowingly we always manage to have time to Hurt them.
– Sushan R Sharma
Truth is everybody is going to hurt you: you just gotta find the ones worth suffering for.
– Bob Marley
I may smile, but I’m bleeding inside.
– Novem Jean Lerasan Moncada
Sometimes we hurt ourselves more than anyone could ever hurt us. By keeping our feelings hidden within our heart.
I’d rather you be upfront with me if you’re not feeling it instead of going behind my back and cheating. I’ll always choose being hurt over being surprised.
I don’t think it was the lies and manipulations from him that hurt the most; I think it was the ones I fed myself trying to hold on to someone who had already let go.
There is a thin line that separates laughter and pain, comedy and tragedy, humor and hurt.
— Erma Bombeck