25 Relationship Quotes to Get You Through a Breakup
No matter who ended it, why it fell apart, or how long ago it was, getting through the aftermath of a relationship is never an easy task. As you feel the waves of emotions from sadness to anger to relief while your heart heals, let these encouraging words give you the dose of inspiration you need.
For seeing the bright side
“To love and win is the best thing. To love and lose is the next best."
– William Makepeace Thackeray
For remembering the bigger picture
"I mean, if the relationship can’t survive the long term, why on earth would it be worth my time and energy for the short term?"
– Nicholas Sparks, author
For why you have to cry sometimes
"Those who do not know how to weep with their whole heart do not know how to laugh either."
– Golda Meir, politician
For getting through the rough days
"Hearts live by being wounded."
– Oscar Wilde, playwright
For valuing patience
"Only time can heal his heart, just as only time can heal his broken arms and legs."
– Miss Piggy, Muppet
For savoring the transformation
"The dreams break into a million tiny pieces. The dream dies. Which leaves you with a choice: you can settle for reality, or you can go off, like a fool, and dream another dream.”
– Nora Ephron, author
For relishing the good times
“The hottest love has the coldest end."
– Socrates, philosopher
For the motivation to move on
"No matter how hard your heart is broken, the world doesn’t stop for your grief."
— Faraaz Kazi
For finding the humor
"I never hated a man enough to give his diamonds back."
— Zsa Zsa Gabor, actress
For packing away the tissues
"Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional."
— M. Kathleen Casey, politician
For prioritizing your strength
"You can only lose what you cling to."
For the good moments to come
"In the process of letting go you will lose many things from the past, but you will find yourself."
— Deepak Chopra
For the nudge to pull the plug
"You’ve gotta know when it’s time to turn the page.”
— Tori Amos, singer-songwriter
For a lesson in love
“Don’t dwell on what went wrong. Instead, focus on what to do next. Spend your energy moving forward together towards an answer.”
— Denis Waitley, motivational speaker
For unfriending on Facebook
“The most difficult aspect of moving on is accepting that the other person already did."
— Faraaz Kazi, author
For remembering you’re not alone
"I think every girl has that a guy she has trouble letting go of."
— Rashida Jones, actress
For new beginnings
"When I let go of what I am, I become what I might be. When I let go of what I have, I receive what I need."
– Lao Tzu, philosopher
For the best that’s yet to come
"Letting go means to come to the realization that some people are a part of your history, but not a part of your destiny."
— Steve Maraboli, author
For living in the moment
"Breathe. Let go. And remind yourself that this very moment is the only one you know you have for sure."
— Oprah Winfrey
For improving your odds
"The best skill at cards is knowing when to discard."
— Baltasar Gracián, philosopher
For being thankful for love
"Love is never lost. If not reciprocated, it will flow back and soften and purify the heart"
— Washington Irving, author
For being openhearted
"When one door closes, another opens; but we often look so long and so regretfully upon the closed door that we do not see the one which has opened for us"
— Alexander Graham Bell, inventor
For the upcoming rainbow
"Life always waits for some crisis to occur before revealing itself at its most brilliant.”
— Paulo Coelho, author
For never settling
“Never love anybody that treats you like you’re ordinary.”
— Oscar Wilde, playwright
For appreciating the bittersweet
“The saddest thing about love, Joe, is that not only the love cannot last forever, but even the heartbreak is soon forgotten.”
why don't you like kathleen kennedy? shes the only female and she seems nice
it’s april 2017 and there are still people who dont know kk is a white demon
kk is an icon of white feminism.
when she doesn’t get involved directly, female characters’ looks get incredibly diverse (animated series or novels etc. although, we can’t say they treat women of color well.)
new female actresses who play lead roles, d ridley, f jones, and e clarke are all white brunette (just like her). this is my personal opinion but for me, f jones was the weakest part in rogue one because of her emontionless and soulless performance, but kk was the one who insisted on casting her and she’s very proud of it. we haven’t seen clarke’s performance in the upcoming han solo film yet but she’s already very famous for horrible eyebrow acting (even her fans admit it). tessa thompson and zoe kravitz, who also auditioned for clarke’s role, is obviously better than her.
(also, i think the rogue one novel was a bit better but the movie was… it focuses on the white woman, who didn’t care about the rebellion but only herself then becomes a hero. it’s not feminism when men of color are used to spotlight a white woman, especially when one of them has sacrificed everything for the rebellion from when he was a very young kid. when i heard jyn’s character was originally more like cassian i couldn’t stop groaning because THAT WOULD HAVE BEEN SO MUCH BETTER.)
‘for some reason’ she keeps thinking white brunette women are the most ideal people to get the roles. even if she’s doing it unconsciously, it doesn’t change the fact that’s racism. she’s a racist.
and when you are a racist you can’t be a feminist because feminism means you support all the women.
she seems very passionate when she talks about rey and jyn but when it’s about other actors who are men of color she suddenly becomes silent?? and she talks about this “girl power” a lot but when it’s about races, ethnicities and diversity she doesn’t say anything? it’s always the directors who sat next to her who speak about it, or actors of color themselves. her “girl power” only involves white women and yet she said star wars represented the world.
she was a producer of complete disaster : avatar the last airbender movie, where almost everyone got whitewashed, which means she learned nothing from her past.
Actually, she isn’t even a feminist. Every time someone asks questions about “girl power” in panels she gets obviously irritated. One time, she was even dismissive towards the person who asked it too.
<b>kdrama:</b> *plot = fighting corruption*<p/><b>Me:</b> but I already-<p/><b></b> *adds on to watch list anyway*<p/><b>kdrama:</b> *romcom*<p/><b>Me:</b> *already watched 7346682 kdramas with romcom in it* *watches it anyway*<p/><b>kdrama:</b> *it has mystery in it!*<p/><b>Me:</b> but I already watched something like that<p/><b></b> *watches it anyway*<p/><b><p><b>kdrama:</b> *historical*<p/><b>Me:</b>*adds on to watch list anyway*<p/><b>Me:</b> *is a college senior who needs to study*<p/><b>Me:</b> *I'm screwed*<p/></p>
Get To Know Important People At Bayern Munich: Team Manager Kathleen Krüger
Ladies and Gentlemen, Kathleen Krüger! She is the team manager of Bayern Munich and I’ve met her in February - she’s awesome.
She played football herself at Bayern Munichs Womens Team from 2003 to 2009.
She’s 31 years old, was former assistant of Christian Nerlinger (former sporting director) and since a couple of years, she is our team manager.
She’s responsible for everything around the team: planning and booking the away trips, organizing events with sponsors of the players, checking that the bus is leaving on time and she’s even responsible for the teams free-time activities during the trainings camp.
She also once said, that she prefers to do her work in the background and doesn’t want to be noticed. When I met her, she told us, that actually her whole life rotates around her work - she nearly has to be available for 24/7. To get things off her mind, she enjoys going jogging near the Isar.
The team absolutely adores her - and she’s the only woman, who works that close with the team. They all have a lot of respect for her and love her a lot - when I was talking with her, she was always referring to the players as ‘her boys’.
Here, have Franck Ribery singing ‘Kathleen Krüger, you are the best woman in the world”
I’ve met her as a really self-confident, independent and strong woman who’s not taking shit from anybody and knows exactly, what she can do. We are lucky to have her, because without her, probably half of our team would’ve gotten lost somewhere and I hope, she will stay for a very long time with us xx
“The point of the KILL ME dress,is to raise questions about violence against women and, specifically, what constitutes a woman ‘asking for it’? If she gets drunk at a party? Calls a guy a jerk? Wears a dress that says ‘KILL ME’ on it? It also states the obvious, whether you wear a dress that says ‘KILL ME’ on it or not, as a woman you always have a bullseye on your chest.” [Kathleen Hanna]
Kathleen: alright, the movie is out, you’re gonna be very busy from now on, but what is really important is that you know what to say in interviews so as to keep the fans satisfied but at the same not reveal too much.
Adam: I got it. But I’m a method actor, so I gotta be sincere because my character’s feelings are my own, somehow.
Kathleen: so what do you say if they ask you about Kylo Ren?
Adam: that he’s just a really good guy who’s very conflicted and that the light is still in him so we can expect him to turn against the dark side towards the end of the trilogy. Oh, and that he likes Rey.
Kathleen: you can’t do that.
Adam: oh… well, then what should I do?
Kathleen: don’t worry, we’ll find a solution.
Kathleen: [cancels all of Adam’s guesting at comicons, forbiddens him and everyone else in the cast from having interviews about his role, writes a big banner that says “in this company we don’t talk about Kylo Ren” and hangs it in the Lucasfilm cafeteria for everyone to see]
Kathleen: this should work, now we just gotta pick directors that are able to keep quiet about Kylo Ren for the next two movies. I’ll be very careful in picking the right people.
Rian Johnson: KYLO REN MY SWEETHEART ADORABLE LITTLE CHILD WHO DID NO WRONG AND DESERVES EVERYTHING GOOD IN THE WORLD