Relationship Quotes and Sayings - Page 7
Relationships end when you are the only one who’s trying.
- Hussein Nishah
All relationships go through hell, real relationships get through it.
Never choose anyone without complete understanding and never lose anyone because of a small misunderstanding.
Before you give up, think of the reason why you held on so long.
I can put up with a lot in a relationship but being disrespected and unappreciated is a relationship killer every time.
You don’t need to be in a relationship to be complete. You’re complete because of who you are not because of who you’re with.
Cheating is the most selfish thing a person can do in a relationship! If your not happy with the person your with then end it. It’s that simple!
- Bryan Burden
There’s no pass or fail in relationships, so there’s no need for cheating.
- Heritier Ndele
Don’t cheat in a relationship. If you’re not happy then just leave.
There is no excuse for cheating in a relationship.
- Vicki Sein
Cheating on a girl is deeper than people realize. It destroys her outlook on love, her future relationships and peace within herself.
A real man ends a relationship before he starts searching for another.
I just want an honest relationship. No lies. No mind games. No cheating.
Don’t play with someone’s heart if you have no purpose for a serious relationship.
Cheating is easy. Try something more like being faithful.
- Don Kel
Death ends a life, not a relationship.
- Mitch Albom
Technology does not run an enterprise, relationships do.
- Patricia Fripp
The quality of your life is in direct proportion to the quality of your relationships.
- Anthony Robbins
In family relationships the most important things are trust and loyalty.
I really take pride in the relationship that I have with my husband.
- Julie Benz
Relationships fail because of trust issues, commitment issues and communication issues.
Single and in a relationship are just titles. Your heart determines your true relationship status.
It is a melancholy truth that even great men have their poor relations.
- Charles Dickens