Holding Your Feelings In Quotes

Collection of top 11 famous quotes about Holding Your Feelings In

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Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By James W. Pennebaker: Holding back our thoughts, feelings and behaviors can Holding back our thoughts, feelings and behaviors can place people at risk for minor and major diseases. — James W. Pennebaker
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Virginia H. Pearce: Holding on to expectations is often the source Holding on to expectations is often the source of unforgiving feelings. — Virginia H. Pearce
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By D.S. Mixell: I would far prefer to be in someone's I would far prefer to be in someone's arms than just in their head. — D.S. Mixell
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Rhonda Byrne: The key is your thoughts and feelings, and The key is your thoughts and feelings, and you have been holding the key in your hand all of your life. — Rhonda Byrne
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Brenda Pandos: What did I expect to happen tomorrow? Did What did I expect to happen tomorrow? Did I want things to go further with Callahan? Or was I holding back because I still harbored feelings for Fin? — Brenda Pandos
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Martina Boone: When you loved someone, you couldn't hold back. When you loved someone, you couldn't hold back. Love was a leap into the unknown, not a cautious dipping of the toe. — Martina Boone
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By James Baldwin: She fitted in my arms, she always had, She fitted in my arms, she always had, and the shock of holding her caused me to feel that my arms had been empty since she had been away. — James Baldwin
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Anna Kendrick: It's cute how I used to think this It's cute how I used to think this 'barely holding it together' feeling was temporary. — Anna Kendrick
Holding Your Feelings In Quotes By Deborah Sandella: The underbelly of envy and jealousy is an The underbelly of envy and jealousy is an unconscious holding back of yourself. — Deborah Sandella