Ada Calhoun Quotes

Top 12 wise famous quotes and sayings by Ada Calhoun

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Ada Calhoun quotes: ...there is so much beauty in the trying, and in the failing, and in the trying again. ...there is so much beauty in the trying, and in the failing, and in the trying again.
Ada Calhoun quotes: ...even good marriages sometimes involve flinging a remote control at the wall. ...even good marriages sometimes involve flinging a remote control at the wall.
Ada Calhoun quotes: People who don't marry miss both the pelting hardships of marriage and its warm rewards. People who don't marry miss both the pelting hardships of marriage and its warm rewards.
Ada Calhoun quotes: I want to say that at various points in your marriage, may it last forever, you will look at this person and feel only rage. I want to say that at various points in your marriage, may it last forever, you will look at this person and feel only rage.
Ada Calhoun quotes: Failure is part of being human, and it is definitely part of being married. Failure is part of being human, and it is definitely part of being married.
Ada Calhoun quotes: (Personally, I have avoided many fights by going to bed angry and waking up to realize that I'd just been tired.) (Personally, I have avoided many fights by going to bed angry and waking up to realize that I'd just been tired.)
Ada Calhoun quotes: The romantic fairy tales we grew up with -- where marriage is the happy ending rather than the opening scene -- are not useful for grown-ups. The romantic fairy tales we grew up with -- where marriage is the happy ending rather than the opening scene -- are not useful for grown-ups.
Ada Calhoun quotes: Dating is poetry. Marriage is a novel. There are times, maybe years, that are all exposition. Dating is poetry. Marriage is a novel. There are times, maybe years, that are all exposition.
Ada Calhoun quotes: Wherever you go, there you are. You would just have different problems. Are the problems you have now so bad that any other problems would be better? Wherever you go, there you are. You would just have different problems. Are the problems you have now so bad that any other problems would be better?
Ada Calhoun quotes: ...that's part of what marriage means: sometimes hating this other person but staying together because you promised you would. ...that's part of what marriage means: sometimes hating this other person but staying together because you promised you would.