Bitter Love Quotes
Love is like dark chocolate. Although it always leaves you with a bitter taste in your mouth, you will still be tempted to take a bite the next time around. Many writers have tried to put the bitter experiences of love into words and some have done an exceptional job of it. Here are a few bitter love quotes for you.
1. There’s nothing wrong from being bitter, remember, medicines usually tastes bitter, but it makes you feel better..
Those who are bitter are stronger individuals. Wanna know why? Because strong people know how to control their emotions and bitter people know when to realize that it’s enough and it’s over. Bitterness is not totally a negative thing. It’s just a way of showing to others that in life, there is such thing as “I still love you, but I DON’T WANT YOU ANYMORE.
2. Lies will always be bitter in the end, no matter how sweet you made it at the beginning.
Deception is rampant—and sometimes we tell the biggest lies to those we love most. Without knowing that it can change everything. The thing that you know to be true is the lie that will kill you. Lies will change everything right from the start. No matter how hard you try to make it right, it’s still not possible.
3. Let your past make you better, not bitter.
No one wants to be bitter. It sneaks up on us. Bitterness is unforgiveness fermented. The more we hold onto past hurts the more we become drunk on our pain and the experience can rob us of the joy we can find in anything. You have the power to change your future by making an important decision today. Let go of the past and start preparing for the future.
4. Forgive them and forget them. Holding onto anger and bitterness consumes you not them.
Forgiveness does not mean pretending everything is “OK.” It doesn’t mean forgetting the hurt either. Forgiveness is simply the act of surrendering our desire for revenge; that is, our desire to hurt someone for having hurt us. Holding on to anger, resentment, etc. keeps you in ‘victim’ mode – powerless. It means you are letting those people who have hurt you in the past dictate who you are in the present moment.
5. Holding onto anger is like drinking poison and expecting the other person to die.
Bitter persons tend to blame their bitterness on someone else. Actually it is a fault in their reaction. To overcome such bitterness, you can either change yourself completely as per your surroundings or upgrade your surroundings with your own unique ideas.
6. When other people treat you poorly, keep being you. Don’t ever let someone else’s bitterness change the person you are.
Do not worry and occupy your thoughts with what another has done to you. Once a thought gets in and is contemplated on, it does more damage the more it is entertained. Do not let yourself dwell on it. We may not be able to get it out of our minds, but we can do our best not to let it come to mind. Don’t let the bitterness of another change you into someone you’re not.
7. In life you have a choice: Bitter or better? Choose better. Forget bitter.
If you’re making a choice, choose the ones that can make your life happier. Choose to be better. Forget the things that hurt for in the end you’ll gonna be a better person. See things as opportunity and defeats as gifts, through that, i doubt that you’ll ever experience the feeling of losing. And by all means, bitterness will be gone.
Bitterness is one of the most crushing mental problems in a person’s life. I guess the real fact that really matters is, we don’t know what tomorrow is going to bring and the only thing we really have is right now. So, don’t stay mad for too long. Learn to forgive. Love with all your heart. Have fun. Live your life the way you want to live it. Don’t worry about people that don’t like you. Enjoy the ones who do. Get rid of bitterness, it’ll make you feel better. Hebrews 12:5 says, “See to it that no one falls short of the grace of God and that no bitter root grows up to cause trouble and defile many.” You don’t have to be bitter or consumed by feelings of powerlessness and sadness. Take action today to cooperate with the grace God is giving you to break free of the bonds of bitterness. You can discover that with God’s help, there is so much more to life than pain.