1. “Our greatest joy and our greatest pain come in our relationships with others.” – Stephen R. Covey
2. Relationships are like glass. Sometimes it’s better to leave them broken than try to hurt yourself putting it back together. – Unknown
3. It is sad not to love, but it is much sadder not to be able to love. – Miguel de Unamuno
4. “Some people are going to leave, but that’s not the end of your story. That’s the end of their part in your story.” ― Faraaz Kazi
5. If we must part forever, Give me but one kind word to think upon, And please myself with, while my heart’s breaking. – Thomas Otway
6. “It’s amazing how someone can break your heart and you can still love them with all the little pieces.” – Ella Harper
7. There is one pain, I often feel, which you will never know. It’s caused by the absence of you. – Ashleigh Brilliant
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8. When you think your first falling in love, just then you realize your falling out of love. – David Grayson
9. “You can close your eyes to things you don’t want to see, but you can’t close your heart to things you don’t want to feel.” – Johnny Depp
10. “Since I can’t be with you right now I will have to be content just dreaming about when we will be together again.” – Susan Polis Schutz
11. I cannot eat, I cannot drink; the pleasures of youth and love are fled away: there was a good time once, but now that is gone, and life is no longer life. – Plato
12. “Falling in love is like holding a candle. Initially it lightens up the world around you. Then it starts melting and hurt you. Finally it goes off and everything is darker than ever and all you are left with is the.. BURN!” ― Syed Arshad
13. “I wonder if I could take back every ‘I love you’ ever said to you, would I do it?” ― Faraaz Kazi
14. “You make me feel like a firefly. Trapped in a belljar; starved for love.” ― Ayushee Ghoshal
15. “People love each other for many reasons, not all of them good […]. They love each other because it’s easy. Or because they’re used to it. Or because they’ve given up. Or because they’re scared.” ― Nathan Hill
16. “He was acting like our kiss had broken him, and his reaction was breaking me.” ― Shannon A. Thompson
17. Love lies in those unsent drafts in your mailbox. Sometimes you wonder whether things would have been different if you’d clicked ‘Send’. – Faraaz Kazi
18. Part of me aches at the thought of her being so close yet so untouchable. – Nicholas Sparks
19. “Love never dies a natural death. It dies because we don’t know how to replenish its source. It dies of blindness and errors and betrayals. It dies of illness and wounds; it dies of weariness, of withering, of tarnishing.” – Anais Nin
20. “It is better to have loved and lost, than never to have loved at all.” ― Samuel Butler
21. “The walls we build around us to keep sadness out also keeps out the joy.” – Jim Rohn
22. “Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation.” – Kahlil Gibran
23. “There is a time for departure, even when there’s no certain place to go.” ― Tennessee Williams
24. “You can’t buy love, but you can pay heavily for it.” ― Henny Youngman
25. You meet everyone twice in this life, when they come and when they go.— C.C Aurel
26. Just let me keep the last piece of my heart before you tear it all apart.— Lykke Li
27. Sadness flies away on the wings of time. – Jean de La Fontaine
28. Never make a decision when you are upset, sad, jealous or in love. – Mario Teguh
29. It’s sad to know I’m done. But looking back, I’ve got a lot of great memories. – Bonnie Blair
30. Some days are just bad days, that’s all. You have to experience sadness to know happiness, and I remind myself that not every day is going to be a good day, that’s just the way it is! – Dita Von Teese
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31. Nothing is worse than when someone who’s supposed to love you just leaves.— Ava Dellaira
32. Tears come from the heart and not from the brain. – Leonardo da Vinci
33. I wish I could give you my pain just for one moment so you can understand how much you hurt me.— Mohsen El-guindy
34. A marriage is no amusement but a solemn act, and generally a sad one. –Queen Victoria
35. It hurts to leave a light on for nobody.— Graham Foust
36. “As the light begins to intensify, so does my misery, and I wonder how it is possible to hurt so much when nothing is wrong.”― Tabitha Suzuma
37. “Breathing is hard. When you cry so much, it makes you realize that breathing is hard.”― David Levithan
38. It’s sad when someone you know becomes someone you knew. – Henry Rollins
39. Let my soul smile through my heart and my heart smile through my eyes, that I may scatter rich smiles in sad hearts. – Paramahansa Yogananda
40. Sad things happen. They do. But we don’t need to live sad forever. – Mattie Stepanek
41. “Your absence has gone through me
Like thread through a needle
Everything I do is stitched with its color.”― W.S. Merwin
42. “He taught me how to love, but not how to stop.” ― Anonymous
43. “How could an Angel break my heart? Why didn’t he catch my falling star? I wish I didn’t wish so hard. Maybe I wished our love apart.” ― Tony Braxton
44. You ruin your love because you don’t think you deserve anything good.— Warsan Shire
45. The word ‘happy’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness. – Carl Jung
46. First, accept sadness. Realize that without losing, winning isn’t so great. – Alyssa Milano
47. You can never control who you fall in love with, even when you’re in the most sad, confused time of your life. You don’t fall in love with people because they’re fun. It just happens. – Kirsten Dunst
48. Things change. And friends leave. Life doesn’t stop for anybody. – Stephen Chbosky
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49. You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness. – Jonathan Safran Foer
50. It will never rain roses: when we want to have more roses, we must plant more roses. – George Eliot
Structures Used to Express Sadness
The examples used in this section are in the present continuous tense that helps express your feelings at the moment of speaking. However, you can also use these expressions in different tenses.
Use these informal forms once chatting with shut friends and family. Preceding each set of example sentences is a formula that shows you how to construct the sentence, including the subject and the verb “to be”:
Subject + be + feeling down about something
- I’ve been feeling down about work lately.
- She’s feeling down about her grades.
Subject + be + upset about something
- I’m upset about my friends’ dishonesty.
- Tom’s upset about his boss. He’s too hard on him!
Subject + be + sad about something
- I’m sad about the situation at work.
- Jennifer’s sad about her mother.
Use these formal forms when speaking with people at work or those you don’t know very well.
Subject + be + out of sorts
- I’m sorry. I’m out of sorts today. I’ll be better tomorrow.
- Peter is out of sorts today. Ask him tomorrow.
Subject + do not + feel well
- Doug doesn’t feel well today.
- I don’t feel well. I’m going to the doctor.
Expressing Sadness With Idioms
Idioms square measure expressions that do not virtually mean what they assert, such as: “It’s descending cats and dogs.” The expression doesn’t mean that cats and dogs are falling out of the sky. Instead, it describes a particularly heavy rain.
Some of the common English idioms that specific disappointment are:
Subject + be + feeling blue about something
- Jack is feeling blue regarding his relationship along with his girlfriend.
- Our teacher aforesaid he was feeling blue regarding life last night.
Subject + be + within the dumps regarding one thing
- We’re in the dumps about our financial situation.
- Kelly is within the dumps regarding her horrifying job.
When folks tell you they’re unhappy, it’s important to express concern and sympathy. Here are some common phrases to show that you care:
- I feel you.
- Tough luck.
- I can’t believe that. That’s horrible/disgusting/not fair.
- I feel you. Life isn’t always easy.
- Bummer, but keep trying. You’ll find a good job eventually.
- I’m (so) sorry to hear that.
- That’s too bad.
- What can I do to help?
- Is there anything I can do for you?
- Would you like to talk about it?
I’m sorry to hear that. What can I do to help?
That’s too bad. Would you like to talk about it?
Encouraging Others to Speak
If you see that someone is sad, but that person is not talking to you about it, it may sometimes be best to give them space. However, to show the person you are there for them, use the following phrases and questions to get them to open up about their feelings.
- You don’t seem to be yourself today. Is anything the matter?
- You seem sad. You can tell me all about it if you want.
Why the long face?
Note: In sensitive situations like talking about someone’s negative feelings, your intonation and overall approach can be really crucial. Make sure you are not coming across as a pushy or prying person. Instead, try to convey that you simply want to help.
These dialogues can assist you and a devotee or fellow student follow expressing disappointment or concern.
Colleague 1: Hi Bob. I’m feeling out of sorts today.
Colleague 2: I’m sorry to hear that. What seems to be the problem?
Colleague 1: Well, I’m really upset about the changes at work.
Colleague 2: i do know, it’s been difficult for everyone.
Colleague 1: I simply do not perceive why that they had to alter our team!
Colleague 2: generally management will things we do not perceive.
Colleague 1: It makes no sense! I just don’t feel well about it at all.
Colleague 2: perhaps you would like your time off work.
Colleague 1: Yes, maybe that’s it.
Colleague 2: Is there something I will do to help?
Colleague 1: No, just talking about it makes me feel a little better.
Colleague 2: Feel free to talk to me anytime.
Colleague 1: Thanks. I appreciate it.
Colleague 2: No problem.
Sue: Anna, what’s the matter?
Anna: Nothing. I’m fine.
Sue: You seem sad. You can tell me all about it if you want.
Anna: OK, well, I’m in the dumps about Tom.
Sue: Bummer. What seems to be the problem?
Anna: I don’t think he loves me anymore.
Sue: Really! Are you sure about that?
Anna: Yes, I saw him yesterday with Mary. They were laughing and having a great time.
Sue: Well, maybe they were just studying together. It doesn’t mean he’s leaving you.
Anna: That’s what I keep telling myself. Still, I’m feeling blue.
Sue: Is there anything I can do?
Anna: Yes, help me distract myself. Let’s go exercise together!
Sue: Now you’re talking. The new dance class at the gym would help you feel much better.
Anna: Yes, maybe that’s what I really need.