Handle With Care Quotes by Jodi Picoult, Elizabeth Wurtzel, Martha Manning, Edith Wharton and many others.
When you love someone, you say their name different. Like it’s safe inside your mouth.
People always say that, when you love someone, nothing in the world matters. But that’s not true, is it? You know, and I know, that when you love someone, everything in the world matters a little bit more.
Sometimes I wish I could walk around with a HANDLE WITH CARE sign stuck to my forehead.
I think many of my books, including “Handle with Care,” including “My Sister’s Keeper” circle back to how far are we willing to go for the people we love? I think love changes the way we think. It’s the thing that takes you out of what your normal set of beliefs would be.
I should come with a consumer warning, like the labels that say “Handle with care” or “May be hazardous to your health.” I am unfit for human consumption. I struggle to articulate how awful and isolating this feels, but I can’t find the words.
Happiness is a work of art. Handle with care.
Things that break – be they bones, hearts, or promises – can be put back together but will never really be whole.
I always hated when my scars started to fade, because as long as I could still see them, I knew why I was hurting.