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Words can hurt, even when you do not shout; so be sure to taste your words, before you spit them out.
Janet James Joel
Before you speak feel your thoughts first to avoid the thorns of words.
Be mindful of the irreversible damage and pain you will inflict, before blurting out hurtful words.
Think twice before speaking harshly, The words possess the power to damage immensely.
Weigh your “words” before you speak; words that “hurt” take time to heal.
Sometimes we can become our harshest critics.
Corrina Maurer Tercero
Choose your words kindly because verbal abuse lingers unseen, reverberates, and continues to demean.
Sometimes we are shocked to feel the pain that is caused by the sharpness of our own words.
Try and watch the tone you use with your words, they can cut like barbed wire.
Feel the pinch of your prickly words before hurling them at others….
Guard your tongue from words that will cut and hurt like barb wires.
Becareful of your words which can come out quick, Sometimes some words, like thorns they can prick.
Negative self talk can be just as hurtful as the words of another.
What you speak can also affect you.
Caren Noxon Tritten
Hold your thorny words, the one they hurt most is you.
Mean and hurtful words will backfire on the one who utters it.
Lou Angelique Heruela
Always be mindful of the words you speak— they can be like thorns that make a heart bleed. When understanding one another is what we seek, then kind and gentle words are what we need.
Words can sting. Be mindful.
Think before you speak. Words can hurt like barbed wire.
It takes forever to heal a wound caused by words so just feel them before blabbering.
LINUS JULIAN FERNANDES
Uneasy lies the head that wears a crown of thorny words.