“Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words can never hurt me.”

“Handle your words with care, for once spoken, they can only be forgiven, not forgotten.”

“A hurtful word is like a double-edged sword, it cuts deep and leaves a scar.”

“Be careful with your words, once they are said, they can only be forgiven, not forgotten.”

“Your words were like daggers to my heart, leaving scars that may never heal.”

“Remember, words have the power to build someone up or tear them down.”

“I may be strong, but your words still sting like a thousand bees.”

“In the end, it was your words, not your actions, that hurt the most.”

“I never thought mere words could cause so much pain, until I heard yours.” “The pain from a physical wound will heal, but the pain inflicted by hurtful words can last a lifetime.”

“The spoken word can be both beautiful and destructive. Choose them wisely.”

“Your words may fade away, but the memory of their impact remains.”

“Just because you can say something, doesn’t mean you should. Words can be weapons.” TOM AND JERRY FRIENDSHIP QUOTES

“Your hurtful words played on repeat in my mind, like a never-ending nightmare.”

“Words can have a lasting effect. Be mindful of what you say, for it can never be taken back.”

“The bruises from abuse may heal, but the scars from your words will never fade.”

“I never understood the phrase ‘hurtful words’ until I experienced them firsthand.”

“Your words cut deeper than any knife ever could, leaving wounds that may never fully heal.”

“No amount of apology can erase the pain caused by your hurtful words.”

“Words have the power to break someone into a million pieces and yet, still manage to heal them.”

“Your words were like poison, slowly seeping into my soul and corroding my self-worth.”

“I wish I could forget your hurtful words, but they are etched into my heart like a painful tattoo.”

“My emotions were shattered by your careless words, scattering fragments of trust and love.”

“Beneath the surface of a smile can lie the wounds inflicted by hurtful words.”