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Words have no power to impress the mind without the exquisite horror of their reality. -- Edgar Allan Poe
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abysmally beshitted. -- Stephen King
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I was horrified, but this was just as well, because step by step we had to become accustomed to a terrible and immense horror. -- Viktor E. Frankl
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Sometimes words are not enough. There are some circumstances so utterly wretched that I cannot describe them in sentences or paragraphs or even a whole series of books. -- Daniel Handler
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A word to the wise is infuriating. -- Hunter S. Thompson
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Growing up, she found, was a heartbreaking endeavor. -- Kiersten White
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Misery crouches beside me, ever larger and ever gentler; pain takes an interest, becomes huge and kind; terror flutters up, and it doesn't even frighten me anymore. And that'a the most desolate thing of all. -- Joseph Roth
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It's a most distressing affliction to have a sentimental heart and a skeptical mind. -- Naguib Mahfouz
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Truth is so often disconcerting. -- Rafael Sabatini
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There is nothing more abominable than being in a state of bodily exhaustion and mental irritation; I was too lethargic to get up and seek some means of occupying my mind, but I was too uneasy to fall asleep. -- Elizabeth Peters
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I feel an unhappiness which almost dismembers me, and at the same time am convinced of its necessity -- Franz Kafka
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Thinking is difficult and sometimes unpleasant. -- Dan Ariely
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To have to perform a scene, a punishment scene like that, was extremely unpleasant. It bothered me to hurt you, Jessica," he growled. "You will let me hold you, and offer me some comfort in return. -- Cherise Sinclair
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I listened to the whine in my voice with a detached fascination. It was a false question. No answer would have pacified me. I had simply given in to a perverse need to ask, to expose and torment myself, and as soon as I heard the words, I experienced both relief and humiliation. -- Siri Hustvedt
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It was as if an embankment had been swept away and I (Neel ) were floundering in a flood , trying not to drown in my grief. -- Amitav Ghosh
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To realize that I was the victim of what was apparently someone's sick joke and constant lies was, and is, painful and humiliating. -- Manti Te'o
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Devastated should be reserved for mothers -- Colleen Hoover
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Though from unavoidable circumstances, considerable of it -- Herman Melville
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incredibly relieved to see that he was a significantly -- R.j. Creed
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Painful is the stress when one cannot reproduce or convey vividly to others, however hard he tries, what he's experienced so intensely. -- Haruki Murakami
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Unhappy is a nice word. -- Jose Mourinho
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With any recovery from morbidity there must go a certain healthy humiliation. -- Gilbert K. Chesterton
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There are times when phrases such as 'totally astonished' just don't do the job. I am, of course, delighted and honoured and, needless to say, flabbergasted. -- Terry Pratchett
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I see badly, I hear badly, and I feel bad, but everything's fine. -- Jeanne Calment
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She felt lost and misunderstood. She felt like she was drowning. Overwhelmed. Unaccepted. Alone. -- Tina J. Richardson
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Distress: A disease incurred by exposure to the prosperity of a friend. -- Ambrose Bierce
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perceptibly with anger. "I -- E.l. James
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Dizzied, thrilled, depressed by remembering ... -- Roberto Bolano
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Sometimes the things that come out of my mouth are mortifying. -- Natasha Lyonne
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Oh! how heartily did she grieve over every ungracious sensation she had ever encouraged, every saucy speech she had ever directed towards him. For herself she was humbled; but she was proud of him. -- Jane Austen
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It was both exhilarating and terrifying to discover that someone needed you as much as you needed them. -- Fiona Neill
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both touching and somehow repulsive. -- Fyodor Dostoyevsky
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Discomfort guides my tongue And bids me speak of nothing but despair. -- William Shakespeare
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strangely ambivalent about -- Nicholas Sparks
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Devastated ... grief-stricken. You were alive, but the way you looked ... I didn't think you'd ever recover. And it tore me apart to think of that happening to you so young. -- Richelle Mead
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This was distressing. She felt like she'd done so much work to appear as eccentric as possible, and still, when it came down to it, she was sensible. -- Maggie Stiefvater
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I felt physically weak and broken down, but my worse ailment was an unutterable wretchedness of mind; a wretchedness which kept drawing from me silent tears. -- Charlotte Bronte
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She felt unpeeled and rather exposed. She felt almost improper. -- D.h. Lawrence
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How often feelings are circular. How embarrassing to be embarrassed. How annoying to be annoyed. -- James Richardson
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The depressed person was in terrible and unceasing pain, and the impossibility of sharing or articulating this pain was itself a component of the pain and a contributing factor in its essential horror. -- David Foster Wallace
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He must be suffering, too. She had noted the weary sag of his shoulders, the quivering lips, the tear- filled eyes. Somehow she had never thought of him as hurting- of being capable of understanding how she felt. -- Janette Oke
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To feel is perhaps the most terrifying thing in this society. -- Cecil Taylor
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Phone calls like ours only happen when you've spent several years hurting and being hurt, until every work you utter or hear becomes coded and loaded, as complicated and full of subtext as a bleak and brilliant play. -- Nick Hornby
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I will tell you, when 20 6-year-olds are gunned down and Congress literally does nothing, yeah that's the closest I came to feeling disgusted. -- Barack Obama
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Astonishment is the proper response to reality. -- Terence Mckenna
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I wish to soothe him; yet can I counsel one so infinitely miserable, so destitute of every hope of consolation, to live? -- Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley
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I was helplessly captured; and hopelessly enraptured. -- Brownell Landrum
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Sometimes reality is a fantastically traumatic nightmare. -- Kristian Goldmund Aumann
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I have the feeling I've been -
unpleasant. -- Rachel Caine
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I suppose the shock of recognition is one of the nastiest shocks of all. -- Donna Tartt
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His expression was somehow both cruel and dripping with affection. Devastating. And I thought perhaps I'd lost a piece of my mind, a part of my soul, because my mouth watered and my body hummed with need that bordered on unhealthy. Vivid. Violent. Dangerous. -- A.l. Jackson
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Grief is a peculiar emotion. -- Sebastian Faulks
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Horrors of a nature most stern and most appalling would too frequently obtrude themselves upon my mind, and shake the innermost depths of my soul with the bare supposition of their possibility. -- Edgar Allan Poe
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We are angered even by the full acceptance of our humiliating confessions - how much more by hearing in hard distinct syllables from the lips of a near observer, those confused murmurs which we try to call morbid, and strive against as if they were the oncoming of numbness! -- George Eliot
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She was beautiful in a damaged way. -- Elliott Holt
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And I myself was wrung with emotion
it was heartbreaking, it was absurd, it was deeply perplexing, to think of his life lost in limbo, dissolving. -- Oliver Sacks
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- I have an anguished, painful need to speak with you. -- Fernando Pessoa
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Hey, back to me, guys. I'm supposed to be traumatized, and you're supposed to be making me feel better. So far, you suck at it. -- James Dashner
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There was sadness in his eyes, a sadness so profound it was almost frightening. -- Cassandra Clare
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The territory of grief ... is both cruel and commonplace. -- Gail Caldwell
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I had a very difficult upbringing. -- Luke Evans
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Dangerously well' - what an irony is this: it expresses precisely the doubleness, the paradox, of feeling 'too well -- Oliver Sacks
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More grievous than tears is the sight of them. -- Antonio Porchia
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It's curious how we act in moments of personal despair. -- Lawrence Welk
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...the hardest word to swallow is almost. -- R. Ys Perez
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Well, very splendid and very frightening. But splendid things are often frightening. Sometimes, it's the fright that makes them splendid at all. -- Catherynne M Valente
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[Mr. Collins] began by stating that he could find no words to express his shock and abhorrence, and then proceeded to find a great number, few of them appropriate and none of them helpful. -- P.d. James
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By unnerving definition, anything that the heart has chosen for its own mysterious reasons it can always unchoose later - again, for its own mysterious reasons. -- Elizabeth Gilbert
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It is not surprising that emotion untutored by thought results in nearly contentless blather, in which--ironically enough--genuine emotion cannot be adequately expressed. -- Theodore Dalrymple
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I don't know how to describe it, but the more I stare at him, the more I see his grief wrapped around him like shackles he can never take off. -- Jasmine Warga
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when distress comes your ways, pause and ponder -- Ernest Agyemang Yeboah
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It was disturbing, like an enchanted place. I had not thought it could be as beautiful as this -- Daphne Du Maurier
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I felt dichotomously dismayed and dazedly giddy by the prospect. -- Penny Reid
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Indescribably delirious! -- M. M.
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trenchant questions she'd asked. 'Pretty? -- Stav Sherez
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Misery loves company
Tragically -- Kim Holden
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Her grief grieved her. His devastated her. -- Arundhati Roy
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You made me feel less alone;
you made me feel not quite so
deformed, uninformed and hunchbacked. -- Morrissey
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To be loved is very demoralizing. -- Katharine Hepburn
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Well, I had the most appalling childhood. -- Bruce Robinson
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I'm more disturbed when people expect me to be serious. -- Calvin Trillin
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I was so humiliated, hurt, spurned, offended, angry, sorry
I cannot hit upon the right name for the smart
God knows what its name was
that tears started to my eyes. -- Charles Dickens
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I wondered vaguely what it would be to feel this loss, this outrage, and be justified in it, be deserving of sympathy, of solace. I would not have told my woe to a living creature. My own tears meant nothing to me. -- Anne Rice
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Worrisome thoughts and their resulting feelings are a form of self strangulation. They not only strangle your emotions. They affect your physical life as well, and your ability to focus and get things done. -- Andrew J. Bernstein
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If the question is: what's more mortifying than professing your love to a boy and having him turn and walk away from you? The answer is: professing your love to a boy, while standing in front of your friends, parents and a hundred strangers, and having him turn and walk away from you. -- Autumn Doughton
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A reprisal of this magnitude ... has never been carried out before. I paced back and forth in my room perplexed and completely depressed, feeling helpless. -- Moshe Sharett
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Greatly, have suffer'd greatly, both with those
That loved me, and alone -- Alfred Tennyson
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Things are often exactly what they seem---horrifying or distasteful, even repugnant and disgusting. -- Norman Giddan
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Of course the death of Geoffrey has caused a lot of trauma to me generally. -- Victoria De Los Angeles
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unfavorable feeling, -- Alexandre Dumas
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But to ask pity of our body is like discoursing in front of an octopus, for which our words can have no more meaning than the sound of the tides, and with which we should be appalled to find ourselves condemned to live. -- Marcel Proust
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With time the unbearable becomes shocking, becomes sad, and finally becomes poignant. -- Rosanne Cash
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I miss you deeply, unfathomably, senselessly, terribly. -- Franz Kafka
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A pause; it endured horribly. -- F Scott Fitzgerald
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I distress you; I draw fast to an end. -- Charles Dickens
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How impotent my anger was, a surge with no place to land, and how familiar that was: my feelings strangled inside me, like little half-formed children, bitter and bristling. -- Emma Cline
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How much farther does anguish penetrate in psychology than psychology itself! -- Marcel Proust
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But it is always dreadful when the pictures in front of one's eyes become meaningless and the real word is there instead and seems meaningless, too. -- Dodie Smith
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My first emotions had been those of pure melancholy and sincerest pity; but just in proportion as the forlornness of Bartleby grew and grew to my imagination, did that same melancholy merge into fear, that pity into repulsion. -- Herman Melville
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(He) found that articulating those feelings made him feel morose. -- Stephen Lloyd Jones