Terri Cheney Quotes

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Terri Cheney quotes: But instability like mine needs considerable distance to pass for mere quirkiness. But instability like mine needs considerable distance to pass for mere quirkiness.
Terri Cheney quotes: Happiness is fine, in its season, but happiness out of season is a sure harbinger of doom. Happiness is fine, in its season, but happiness out of season is a sure harbinger of doom.
Terri Cheney quotes: Trust is as fragile as fairies' wings and almost as hard to find. Trust is as fragile as fairies' wings and almost as hard to find.
Terri Cheney quotes: Stories don't always have to end happily.. Sometimes it's just enough that they end. Stories don't always have to end happily.. Sometimes it's just enough that they end.
Terri Cheney quotes: The cruelest curse of the disease is also its most sacred promise: You will not feel this way forever. The cruelest curse of the disease is also its most sacred promise: You will not feel this way forever.
Terri Cheney quotes: The memory of sustenance is a terrible thing. Far worse, I think, than actual starving. Starving just kills you. Longing can gnaw away at you forever. The memory of sustenance is a terrible thing. Far worse, I think, than actual starving. Starving just kills you. Longing can gnaw away at you forever.
Terri Cheney quotes: True beauty is not the absence of ugliness, but the acceptance of it. True beauty is not the absence of ugliness, but the acceptance of it.
Terri Cheney quotes: Without the darkness, how can we ever hope to understand the light? Without the darkness, how can we ever hope to understand the light?
Terri Cheney quotes: If you nurture it long enough, a lie can become a life. If you nurture it long enough, a lie can become a life.