Shattered Souls Quotes

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Mark Goulston
“Unlike simple stress, trauma changes your view of your life and yourself. It shatters your most basic assumptions about yourself and your world — “Life is good,” “I’m safe,” “People are kind,” “I can trust others,” “The future is likely to be good” — and replaces them with feelings like “The world is dangerous,” “I can’t win,” “I can’t trust other people,” or “There’s no hope.”
Mark Goulston MD, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder For Dummies

Bryant McGill
“When the storm rips you to pieces, you have to decide how to put yourself back together again.”
Bryant McGill

Cassandra Giovanni
“I know I’m the one who has shattered the perfection that was our souls as one.”
Cassandra Giovanni, Faded Perfection

Ken Poirot
“One act of betrayal can shatter a lifetime of trust.”
Ken Poirot

Ahmed Mostafa
“You shattered the remainder of my heart, yet you expect me to be okay with it day after day.”
Ahmed Mostafa

“I don't believe in God or miracles, I believe in the human heart and our own strength to overcome and survive. ~Shannon~”
A.Giannoccaro, Monochrome My Madness

Daniele Lanzarotta
“He looked at his watch and knew he had to get going. He wished he could spend forever staring at her, but he was not meant to have that much happiness; he never thought he deserved it. Not after spending centuries as he did.”
Daniele Lanzarotta

Daniele Lanzarotta
“He kissed and held her like it was the last time, but then again, he always did that, because there had always been that possibility of him losing her.”
Daniele Lanzarotta

“I f*cking hate love. I loathe the hope it allowed to fester in me. The glimmer of life where my future was not just my own. I hate loving her. ~Callum~”
A.Giannoccaro, Monochrome My Madness

Tracy Krimmer
“Even though on the outside we glittered like gold, inside we were almost as black as coal. Sometimes the glitter people saw was only the shattered pieces reflecting among the broken glass.”
Tracy Krimmer, All That Glitters

Khadija Rupa
“It’s a poem, of our love, that doesn’t rhyme. A story, never meant to have, a happy end.”
Khadija Rupa, Unexpressed Feelings

Daniele Lanzarotta
“Come on, it is a guest bedroom! If you want your guests to feel at home, they should be allowed to do whatever they do at home!”
Daniele Lanzarotta

Krishna Udayasankar
“I, on the other hand, felt as I always have, like I were water seeping from a broken pot; I existed but had no form to hold me in place.”
Krishna Udayasankar, Three