Archive | December, 2014

Quotes About Heartbreak

Published December 27, 2014

  “Never allow someone to be your priority while allowing yourself to be their option.” – Mark Twain Mending a broken heart is never easy. In the long run, we have to do what is best for us and sometimes that is the hardest thing to do. Remembering who you are is the key to getting over someone you loved. Finding peace within yourself and understanding that all good things must come to an end is the key to healing. Learning to love yourself is a big part of healing the heartbreak. You may not love yourself to be capable […]

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Quotes Celebrating The Blessings Of Siblings

Published December 27, 2014

“Brothers and sisters are as close as hands and feet.” – Vietnamese Proverb The bond between two siblings is something that is almost indescribable. Depending on the kind of relationship you have with your siblings, you either want to kill them or you want to be around them all of the time. Most of the time this can fluctuate and change as you grow from children to adults. Either way, no sibling relationship is the same, so they cannot be fully described. But what we do know is it is typically a bond that cannot be broken and can only […]

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Quotes About Finding Your One True Love

Published December 27, 2014

Many people believe in soulmates. That one true love that the universe wants you to be connected to. Some believe that everybody has one while others believe that we have many soulmates over a lifetime. No one really knows for sure, it seems as though it may differ from person to person. There are some people who feel lonely, so they instantly rule out the idea of soulmates. Soulmates can be a lover, a friend, or simply someone that we are linked with spiritually. Whether you believe in them or not, making room for love instead of hate is always […]

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Quotes About Recovering From Loss

Published December 27, 2014

When someone that means so much to you leaves this world it can be a heartbreaking experience. Dealing with the grief after such a loss is even more trying. We do not realize the pain and suffering death causes us until it happens to someone we love. We then come to realize that our loved one is really gone and the agony is sometimes too difficult to bear. There are five stages in the grieving process. There are many ways that a human being copes with death but all are very similar. Here are those five grieving steps and some […]

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