Love Hate Relationship Quotes

Quotes tagged as "love-hate-relationship" (showing 1-23 of 23)
Coco J. Ginger
“You don’t deserve my image in your head. You don’t deserve my memories in your chest.”
Jamie Weise

Coco J. Ginger
“You’re a mess, I confess, I despise you in the best kind of way.”
Jamie Weise

Mary Balogh
“And infatuated be damned. He was near to being blinded by his attraction to her. He was in love, damn it all. He disliked her, he resented her, he disapproved of almost everything about her, yet he was head over ears in love with her, like a foolish schoolboy.
He wondered grimly what he was going to do about it.

He was not amused.

Or in any way pleased.”
Mary Balogh, Slightly Dangerous

Coco J. Ginger
“Now he was nothing to her, just a lesson in time, a wicked boy-man, incapable of wealth or prestige.”
Jamie Weise

Michelle Hodkin
“Why?' He asked.
'Why what?' What could I say? Noah, despite you being an asshole, or maybe because of it, I'd like to rip off your clothes and have your babies. Don't tell.”
Michelle Hodkin, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

Rachael Wade
“Is there a problem, Ms. Parker? Something you want to say to me?" Reaching for his tie, he began to loosen it, unraveling it with his fingers, angry eyes still locked on mine.

"I'm not sure I like being your pet. Or science project, I don't know which."

"You have a smart mouth."

"You make smart observances."

"You're going to make this invitation difficult, aren't you?"

"If you're dishonest with me, yes."

"You'll regret it if you don't accept."

"Is that a threat?"

"That's a promise.”
Rachael Wade, Preservation

“the one you talk about the most the one you will forever love”
khameran hicks

Julie   Johnson
“Did you ever stop to think that even if I am a monster, I might be your soulmate anyway?”
Julie Johnson, Erasing Faith

“He had been dazzled. Because of the dazzling brightness, he had had to kill [Seigen]. All who had encountered Seigen had had their hearts stolen by that brightness. That envy had turned to malice.”
Takayuki Yamaguchi, シグルイ 15

Julie   Johnson
“Maybe you're right, Red. Maybe I am hateful. Maybe I ruined your life. Maybe I'm the devil, and the worst thing that ever happened to you, and a million other awful things... But did you ever stop to think that even if I am a monster... I might be your soulmate, anyway?”
Julie Johnson, Erasing Faith

“The two of them were like oil and water. Her older sister was forever stuck in surrogate mommy role. But Viviana had never needed, nor wanted a replacement mother. Fate had seen fit to remove her biological mother, so she figured that was the way it was supposed to be.”
A. T. Hicks

Julie   Johnson
“You're right. You're not a princess -- you're Little Red. and I'm the Big Bad Wolf.”
Julie Johnson, Erasing Faith

Ahmed Mostafa
“Oh, am I glad to know that after all these years it still is hard trying to unlove someone; if there's such a thing...”
Ahmed Mostafa

Donna Lynn Hope
“He seems to think that just because his Cobra can slither up to hers, stand taller and more dominant that he can bring her down. Well, her Cobra may be smaller, but she's just as vicious...and far more cunning.”
Donna Lynn Hope

Gabriel García Márquez
“He knew that she was to have an elaborate wedding, and the being who loved her most, who would love her forever, would not even have the right to die for her. Jealousy, which until that time had been drowned in weeping, took possession of his soul. He prayed to God that lightning of divine justice would strike Fermina Daza as she was about to give her vow of love and obedience to a man who wanted her for his wife only as a social adornment, and he went into rapture at the vision of the bride, his bride or no one’s, lying face up on the flagstones of the Cathedral, her orange blossoms laden with the dew of death, and the foaming torrent of her veil covering the funerary marbles of the fourteen bishops who were buried in front of the main altar. Once his revenge was consummated, however, he repented of his own wickedness, and then he saw Fermina Daza rising from the ground, her spirit intact, distant but alive, because it was not possible for him to imagine the world without her.”
Gabriel Garcí­a Márquez, Love in the Time of Cholera


Diyar Harraz
“That's the thing with you people. You think you could love someone one second and hate them the next. Well, you can't.”
Diyar Harraz, One Minute to Midnight

Diyar Harraz
“I could just felt the twinge of resentment with her being there, where my mother was supposed to be. What right did she have, to replace that place?”
Diyar Harraz, Like The Starlings

“I remember wanting to flee her, and being unable to flee her, so in need of her and half hating her for it, and I still am nauseous from it.”
Hannah Lillith Assadi, Sonora

Diyar Harraz
“She hated him for all her might. She hated him for leaving her all those years ago, she hated him for all the stares he’d given her every single time – the one that you had with a stranger; emotionless and cold – she hated him for forcing her to stay in the house with all the nasty souls, she hated him because she simply hadn’t known him very well.”
Diyar Harraz, One Minute to Midnight

Ljupka Cvetanova
“Love?! When a piece of broke heart hits you.”
Ljupka Cvetanova, The New Land

“Human history is the ancient story of the umbilical conflict between a lone individual versus a cabalistic society. A love-hate relationship defines our personal history with society, where the suppression of individuality for the sake of the collective good battles the notion that the purpose of society is to enable each person to flourish. A conspicuous feature of cultural development involves societies teaching children the sublimation of unacceptable impulses or idealizations, consciously to transform their inappropriate instinctual impulses into socially acceptable actions or behavior. The paradox rest in the concept that in order for any person to flourish they must preserve the spiritual texture of themselves, a process that requires the individual to resist societal restraint, push off against the community, and reject the walls of traditionalism that seek to pen us in. The climatic defining event in a person’s life represents the liberation of the self from crippling conformism, staunchly rebuffing capitulating to the whimsy of the super ego of society.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Debasish Mridha
“When you achieve higher consciousness, you are beyond the love hate relationship and only exist in bliss.”
Debasish Mridha