Best Why Don’t You Love Me Quotes [2021]

Why Don't You Love Me Quotes

Finding out how others feel about you is crucial for your continued existence. The most telling question to ask someone, then, is “Do you love me?” This may seem like an easy one; however, it can be tricky when people have a million reasons why they might not feel loved enough in their lives and there are many ways that we show other people care about them. Reading on about the best Why Don’t You Love Me Quotes.

Why Don’t You Love Me Quotes

Stendhal

If you don’t love me, it does not matter, anyway I can love both of us. – Stendhal

“. . . Do you want to share a black cab?’

Black cabs were an extravagance that Neve couldn’t afford, not this far away from payday, but that wasn’t the reason why she declined. ‘No, thank you. I’m perfectly all right with catching the tube.’

‘OK, tube it is,’ Max agreed because he was quite obviously emotionally tone-deaf and couldn’t sense the huge ‘kindly bugger off’ vibes that Neve was sure she was emitting.” – Sarra Manning

The truth is… you are hurting me. Not on purpose, I know that. But I love you and every second that you don´t love me back…it hurts. – Veronica Roth

Do you think I don’t know that you don’t love me? Stop trying to please me and save yourself all the stress of the pretense. I don’t have a love for you too.

“But really it says everything that’s wrong about the publishing industry, that a quarter of a million people bought and read a sex and shopping novel that wasn’t even written by one of those footballer girlfriends, and yet most of the shortlisted titles on the Orange Prize, which is an award for women writers, don’t even sell ten thousand copies. It’s just not right.” – Sarra Manning

“Max didn’t take his hands off her. As they walked to where he’d parked the hired car, he kept his arm around her shoulders, even though he was carrying her cases in his other hand and they kept bumping him.” – Sarra Manning

No, I’m not mistaken. I know you don’t love me. But I’m going to fight for your love. There are some things in life that are worth fighting for to the end. You are worth it. – Paulo Coelho

I love you more than my own skin and even though you don’t love me the same way, you love me anyway, don’t you? And if you don’t, I’ll always have the hope that you do, and I’m satisfied with that. Love me a little. I adore you. – Frida Kahlo

“I realized something else tonight. Something about pancakes.’

‘What about them?’

‘We both got so obsessed about that first pancake being thrown away that we forgot something really important,’ Max explained. ‘That first pancake tastes just as good as all the other ones. It’s not its fault that it was first in line and the pan wasn’t hot enough so it got a bit lumpy and misshapen.’

I felt so brand new with you and felt there were many things we could be and do together. I guess I’ll have to abandon all those feelings and thoughts, because now I know, because you told me, that you don’t love me.

‘And when you’re really famished that first pancake tastes better than all the ones that come after it,’ Neve said, and then she couldn’t wait any longer. Her arms were around Max before she’d even finished forming the thought, but his arms were around her too in that exact same moment.

Just having him there to hold, warm and solid and real, was enough for five seconds, and then she was peppering his face with kisses – his forehead, his eyebrows, the tip of his crooked nose, along his cheekbones until she reached the glittering prize of his mouth.

Sometimes Neve thought that her appetite was the most robust thing about her, and she didn’t kiss Max so much as she devoured him. Graceless, messy kisses without any thought or reason, but simply because she hungered for him. Kissed him with everything she had and everything she was, and she didn’t know why she could kiss Max and have him kiss her back with the same fierceness but still be greedy for the next kiss and the one after that and the one after that and the one…” – Sarra Manning

“Happiness really isn’t that hard to find.” – Sarra Manning

“Having a relationship and not even a sexual one is so straight, it’s practically perverted.” – Sarra Manning

“It wasn’t a perfect body but it was the body she deserved. Not just from every bar of chocolate or bag of crisps or laden plate of food that she’d eaten. This body was also a testament to all the hours in the gym and cycling up hills on her bike and glugging down two liters of water a day and learning to love vegetables and fruits that didn’t come as an optional extra with a pastry crust. She’d earned this body. – This was her body and she had to stop giving it such a hard time.” – Sarra Manning

If you don’t love me at my worst, then you don’t deserve me at my best. – Marilyn Monroe

The reason I know you don’t love me is that the day I walked out your door, you didn’t stop me. – Lisa Page Brooks

You don’t love me. If you really knew me, you wouldn’t love me. You love who you think I am. And don’t pretend that you know me. Because I don’t even know myself. – Eddie Vedder

I’ve been trying to get down to the heart of the matter

but my will gets weak

and my thoughts seem to scatter

but I think it’s about forgiveness… – forgiveness,

even if you don’t love me anymore. – Don Henley

And the trouble is, if you don’t risk anything, you risk even more. – Erica Jong

Pray to God: It’s all right if you don’t love me, but please let me love you! – Mata Amritanandamayi

Just tell me you don’t love me, and I’ll let the matter drop.” “What?” “What I said. Just say, ‘Rai, I don’t love you and I never will’. It’s that simple.” “Raisa, this is getting us nowhere.” “Say it! – Cinda Williams Chima

If you love me, Henry, you don’t love me in a way I understand. – Richard Siken

In life, if you don’t risk anything, you risk everything. – John Spence

“That was the worst thing about having a relationship with someone, even a pretend relationship. You opened up, let someone in, and when it was over, they had all the ammunition they needed to completely destroy you.” – Sarra Manning

“What you look like is just one part of who you are – but it’s not all you are.” – Sarra Manning

“I guess they’re called moments because they don’t last very long.” – Sarra Manning

“The thing about love was that it caught you unawares, turned up in the most unexpected places, even when you weren’t looking for it.” – Sarra Manning

“I suppose the things that you always take for granted, that you don’t even notice, is what you miss the most.” – Sarra Manning

“She was so fed up with unrequited love and platonic love and all the other kinds of love that weren’t passionate, romantic, can’t-live-without-you, I-have-to-have-you-right-now, the-beat-of-your-heart-matches-the-beat-of-mine love.” – Sarra Manning

“But Neve, you can’t start a book and leave it halfway through,’ he’d said implacably. ‘It’s almost as bad as turning down the corner of the page, instead of using a bookmark.” – Sarra Manning

“Then what he said and how he said it won’t be important anymore. What will be important are all the things you never got to say.” – Sarra Manning

“Each kiss was like biting into the richest darkest chocolate and pausing to savor the taste.” – Sarra Manning

“Excuse me?’ she spat, and as Dougie and Celia always pointed out, it didn’t matter that Neve never swore because she could make ‘Excuse me?’ sound like ‘Go fuck yourself.” – Sarra Manning

“You took out a book on blow-job technique from the British Library? They shouldn’t have books like that in there!” – Sarra Manning

“If Madonna loves me, then you will too.” – Sarra Manning

How can anyone expect to be understood unless he presents his thoughts with complete honesty? This situation is unfair because it asks too much of the world. In effect, we say, ‘ I don’t dare show you what I am because I don’t trust you for a minute but please love me anyway because I so need you to. And, of course, if you don’t love me anyway, you’re a dirty dog, just as I suspected, so I was right in the first place.’ Yet, every time God’s children have thrown away the fear in pursuit of honesty-trying to communicate themselves understood or not, miracles have happened. – Duke Ellington

You do care a little for me, I know… but nothing to speak of, and you don’t love me. I was yours once till death if you’d cared to keep me, but I’m someone else’s now… and he’s mine in a way that shocks you, but why don’t you stop being shocked, and attend to your own happiness. – E. M. Forster

You don’t love me, you just love my Doggystyle. – Snoop Dogg

The fact is, you don’t love me, and you haven’t destroyed me. You don’t have what it takes to do that. – Jeannette Walls

If you don’t risk anything you risk everything. – Mark Zuckerberg

motif, n. You don’t love me as much as I love you. You don’t love me as much as I love you. You don’t love me as much as I love you. – David Levithan

Why is it that you don’t love me?” “Sometimes I wish I knew…” “Don’t anybody tell him! – Charles M. Schulz

I used to scream at everybody at the beginning of my career. I’d get really emotional. I’d project all my issues about my parents and safety onto the executives, so every conversation where they gave a note was life or death and you don’t love me. – Judd Apatow

You’re a good friend, and we don’t have to be something different from what we are to ourselves. You don’t love me and it’s fine. Let’s just be friends.

A director standing by his film rejected by the audience is like him telling a girl ‘I love myself and I don’t care if you don’t love me’. – Ram Gopal Varma

“How strange that the years and ocean between us have brought us closer together.” – Sarra Manning

“We don’t stop, not even when we reach the finish line. It’s a journey for life, Neve.” – Sarra Manning

“So you don’t fancy meeting up again?’ Max persisted, though Neve didn’t know why because she thought she’d made her position perfectly clear. ‘Swap war stories?’

‘I don’t have any war stories,’ Neve said, and at that moment she felt that she never would. That every night would be spent creeping around her flat in her socks with the telly turned down so low that she could barely hear it, so in the end, she’d have no other option but to escape into the pages of books where there were other girls falling in and out of love but not her. Never her. She stared down at the scuffed toes of her faux Ugg boots in sudden and tired defeat.

‘If you don’t have any war stories, then at least you don’t have any war wounds,’ Max said, so quietly that Neve had to strain her ears to catch his words. ‘Take my number.” – Sarra Manning

Are you saying you don’t love me?” Hazael asked Liraz. “Because I love you. I think.” He paused in contemplation. “Oh. No. Never mind. That’s fear. – Laini Taylor

Laini Taylor

My knives are like a tongue – I love, I do not love, I hate. If you don’t love me, I am ready to attack. I am a double-edged knife. – Louise Bourgeois

I spent my money, my time, my everything only to discover that you don’t love me. I’m so hurt right now. I just pray I heal.

“How is dear Charlotte?’ Celia asked sweetly, then launched into an account of how they’d been having their usual ‘Fucking shut up, ‘No, you fucking shut up’, row a couple of evenings ago, when Yuri had opened the front door of their flat to scream up the stairs, ‘Why don’t both of you fucking shut up?” – Sarra Manning

“When I saw you on the stairs before, I’d forgotten how beautiful you are,’ he whispered against her skin. –

‘Spotty, not beautiful,’ she corrected gently, running her finger along with his crooked nose. ‘Now you, you’re beautiful.’

‘I even missed your inferiority complex.’ Max smiled and shifted against her. –

‘Not being inferior. It’s a point of fact. I’m covered in zits,’ Neve said and she didn’t know why she felt the need to share that with Max but then she was glad that she had because he was kissing each one of the angry red bumps along her forehead and chin and cheeks, even though a few of them were starting to suppurate. ‘Don’t do that, it’s completely unhygienic. Kiss my mouth instead.” – Sarra Manning

“Can we have a time-out on the self-criticism for the rest of the evening?”

“Not the rest of the evening. I can do about half an hour and then force of habit takes over.” – Sarra Manning

Writing, then, was a substitute for myself: if you don’t love me, love my writing & love me for my writing. It is also much more: a way of ordering and reordering the chaos of experience. – Sylvia Plath

“I’d think about you and how I didn’t want us to end. It’s complicated…’

Max still held her, his thumbs stroking the spot on her wrists where her pulse was thundering away. ‘Uncomplicate it then. Did you miss me?’

‘Of course, I did! I’ve missed you so much, I hurt from it.’

Then, and only then, did Max release her but it was only so Neve could wind her arms around his neck because they were kissing. She couldn’t say who leaned in first, but all of a sudden there was the familiar but shocking touch of lips on lips.” – Sarra Manning

“I’m going that way too. I live in Crouch End. Do you want to share a black cab?’

Black cabs were an extravagance that Neve couldn’t afford, not this far away from payday, but that wasn’t the reason why she declined. ‘No,

thank you. I’m perfectly all right with catching the tube.’

We can’t always make ourselves love who we don’t love and maybe it’s just for the best that you don’t love me. I don’t know if I love you anymore. I hope it all ends well.

‘OK, tube it is,’ Max agreed because he was quite obviously emotionally tone-deaf and couldn’t sense the huge ‘kindly bugger off’ vibes that

Neve was sure she was emitting. ‘You’re still mad at me, aren’t you?’

‘You apologized, why would I still be mad at you?’

‘One day we’ll laugh about this. When little Tommy asks how we met, I’ll say, “Well, son, I threw an ice cube at your mother, then slapped her arse, and we’ve been inseparable ever since.” – Sarra Manning

It’s disappointing to know that you don’t love me. You’d have told me before you let me go ahead and pour my love on you after I told you that I love you. I’m not pleased with all.

It’s alright that you don’t love me. Don’t force yourself to. Let’s just let what will happen to happen. But I know we can be good friends still. Am I right?

“I sat there listening to him talk and talk and I realized something really important. –

I thought I was in love with him for all those years but it turned out I was in love with the idea of William. The actual reality was a bit of an anti-climax. –

I thought, well, William would never shove the word WAG into pop songs to make me laugh and he wouldn’t bite the chocolate off chocolate-covered strawberries for me and he’d never, ever watch a film with Sandra Bullock in it, unless it was a Shakespeare adaptation and then he’d spend the entire film listing all the historical inaccuracies and he’d never go down on me for half an hour because he’d lost a game of Scrabble. Point of fact, I can’t imagine William doing anything that would mess up his hair, and he’s started popping the collars of his shirts, and have I mentioned that he’s not you? He’s not you, Max, and that’s why I’m actually really pleased that he’s engaged and he’s moving to Warwickshire so I don’t have a constant reminder of what an idiot I’ve been.” – Sarra Manning

I won’t need a prophet to tell me if you love me, (insert a name.) It’s obvious that you don’t love me and it’s up to you to decide if you will or won’t.

I can’t force you to love me and I know you don’t love me, so let’s stop pretending like we do and I’ll find something to do with the love I have or once had for you.

You don’t love me, man, and it’s clear for even the blind to see. It’s just ironic that I love you and can’t get over it. But just do you, man. We’ll all be fine, I pray.

You’ve been an amazing friend and person, and I’m glad you came into my life. I really wish we could have something between us, but you don’t love me. I pray you to find someone you love and enjoy him.

You don’t love me and I know that. I also don’t think that will ever change, so I’m moving on to find happiness elsewhere.

When did you stop loving me? Because it’s clear that you don’t love me anymore. Let’s move on and find love elsewhere because I can’t bear love without being loved.

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