65 Reassurance Quotes On Success In Life

These reassurance quotes will inspire you. Reassurance, something, such as information, praise, or action or gesture, that soothes, comforts, or restores confidence.

Below you will find a collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging reassurance quotes, reassurance sayings, and reassurance proverbs.

Best Reassurance Quotes

  1. “He smiled understandingly-much more than understandingly. It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, that you may come across four or five times in life. It faced–or seemed to face–the whole eternal world for an instant, and then concentrated on you with an irresistible prejudice in your favor. It understood you just as far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself, and assured you that it had precisely the impression of you that, at your best, you hoped to convey.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald
  2. “I have never thought of myself as a good writer. Anyone who wants reassurance of that should read one of my first drafts. But I’m one of the world’s great rewriters.” ~ James A. Michener
  3. “The men who have guided the destiny of the United States have found the strength for their tasks by going to their knees. This private unity of public men and their God is an enduring source of reassurance for the people of America.” ~ Lyndon B. Johnson
  4. “When bands are on stage and they ask the crowd, “Are you having a good time?” what they’re really saying is, “I just want a bit of reassurance – is everything all right?”” ~ Alexis Taylor

  5. “We are uncomfortable because everything in our life keeps changing — our inner moods, our bodies, our work, the people we love, the world we live in. We can’t hold on to anything — a beautiful sunset, a sweet taste, an intimate moment with a lover, our very existence as the body/mind we call self — because all things come and go. Lacking any permanent satisfaction, we continuously need another injection of fuel, stimulation, reassurance from loved ones, medicine, exercise, and meditation. We are continually driven to become something more, to experience something else.” ~ Tara Brach
  6. “What greater reassurance can the weak have than that they are like anyone else?” ~ Eric Hoffer
  7. “Offer some gesture of kindness to yourself. Sometimes it’s just a message, to say: “It’s okay. You’re going to be okay. We’ve been through this before.” The intention is reassurance, that you are not alone and you can do this. It is the most powerful way to come out of what I call the “trance of unworthiness.”” ~ Tara Brach
  8. “Faith gives us strength and reassurance and leaves us bathed in the wisdom that we are never alone.” ~ Debbie Ford

  9. “Empathy is a respectful understanding of what others are experiencing. Instead of offering empathy, we often have a strong urge to give advice or reassurance and to explain our own position or feeling. Empathy, however, calls upon us to empty our mind and listen to others with our whole being.” ~ Marshall B. Rosenberg
  10. “There is a primal reassurance in being touched, in knowing that someone else, someone close to you, wants to be touching you. There is a bone-deep security that goes with the brush of a human hand, a silent, reflex-level affirmation that someone is near, that someone cares.” ~ Jim Butcher
  11. “Never worry alone. When anxiety grabs my mind, it is self-perpetuating. Worrisome thoughts reproduce faster than rabbits, so one of the most powerful ways to stop the spiral of worry is simply to disclose my worry to a friend… The simple act of reassurance from another human being [becomes] a tool of the Spirit to cast out fear — because peace and fear are both contagious.” ~ John Ortberg , Anxiety reassurance quotes
  12. “The number one way a man can succeed in fulfilling a woman’s primary love needs is through communication. By learning to listen to a woman’s feelings, a man can effectively shower a woman with caring, understanding, respect, devotion, validation, and reassurance.” ~ John Gray

  13. “When he thought of her, it rather amazed him, that he had let that girl with her violin go. Now, of course, he saw that her self-effacing proposal was quite irrelevant. All she had needed was the certainty of his love and his reassurance that there was no hurry when a lifetime lay ahead of them. Love and patience- if only he had had them both at once- would surely have seen them both through.” ~ Ian Mcewan , Reassurance quotes for him
  14. “It was one of those rare smiles with a quality of eternal reassurance in it, that you may come across four or five times in life.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald
  15. “Even if humans feel lots of fear, remember God will take care of you. This is a collective message because fear is contagious… This is a message of reassurance.” ~ Pope Tawadros II of Alexandria
  16. “The day has the color and the sound of winter. Thoughts turn to chowder…chowder breathes reassurance. It steams consolation.” ~ Clementine Paddleford

  17. “The ideology of this America wants to establish reassurance through Imitation. But profit defeats ideology because the consumers want to be thrilled not only by the guarantee of the Good but also by the shudder of the Bad.” ~ Umberto Eco
  18. “I just think the reassurance and the steadiness and the hands-on kindness can make a huge difference.” ~ Dar Williams
  19. “Often, instead of offering empathy, we have a strong urge to give advice or reassurance and to explain our own position or feeling.” ~ Marshall B. Rosenberg
  20. “And, of course, customers really need to feel safe and are seeking reassurance when they fly.” ~ David Neeleman

  21. “A film like Genevieve to my contemporaries is not a film made years ago, but last week or last year. They see me as I was then, not as I am now. I am the reassurance that they have not changed. In an upside down world, with all the rules being rewritten as the game goes on and spectators invading the pitch, it is good to feel that some things and some people seem to stay just as they were.” ~ Kenneth More
  22. “Maybe it’s because my mother divorced and my grandmother divorced, so maybe I’m frightened deep down. But then I also feel there is no real need. Why do I need to get married? To reassure me? No, I don’t need reassurance.” ~ Juliette Binoche
  23. “Having limits to push against is how you find out what you can do. I have always been full of contradictions. I am shy but I love the freedom of the stage. I need reassurance but at the same time, I don’t want it. I hate being afraid but I can’t help wanting to frighten myself. That is how you grow.” ~ Sylvie Guillem
  24. “If reassurances could dull pain, nobody would ever go to the trouble of pressing grapes.” ~ Scott Lynch

  25. “To many people, holidays are not voyages of discovery, but a ritual of reassurance.” ~ Phillip Adams
  26. “Perfection is a promise, and a reassurance that we are not wrong.” ~ Lauren Oliver
  27. “When you touch – don’t take. Touch people only when you are giving something – reassurance, support, encouragement, whatever” ~ Ken Blanchard
  28. “We are each of us like our little blue planet, hung in black space, upheld by nothing but our mutual reassurances, our loving lies.” ~ John Updike

  29. “When you tour you become more intimate with your audience. It’s like I need reassurance that they like me or at least find me relevant. And that I can still do it.” ~ Steve Coogan
  30. “People don’t want novelty – they want the reassurance of familiarity. No one wants to be challenged, no one wants to have their minds blown. There is an insatiable appetite for affirmation.” ~ Lauren Beukes
  31. “Don’t be afraid…” We need this reassurance. Even for those of us who believe implicitly in angels, to be confronted by one is an awesome thing.”” ~ Madeleine L’Engle
  32. “I used to not like being called a ‘woman architect.’ I’m an architect, not just a woman architect. The guys used to tap me on the head and say ‘you’re OK for a girl.’ But I see an incredible amount of need from other women for reassurance that it can be done, so I don’t mind anymore.” ~ Zaha Hadid

  33. “It understood you just as far as you wanted to be understood, believed in you as you would like to believe in yourself, and assured you that it had precisely the impression of you that, at your best, you hoped to convey.” ~ F. Scott Fitzgerald
  34. “One of the things I’ve realized is that I am very simple. My wife asked me once if I loved her. I said: ‘Look love, I’m a simple man. I love you. End of story.’ But I guess you gotta keep saying it with women. I guess she needed reassurance.” ~ Bob Hoskins
  35. “She hesitated, then reached out to Jared in her mind, and uncertainty washed away in the wave of reassurance she got back.” ~ Sarah Rees Brennan , Reassurance quotes for her
  36. “Most writers are in a state of gloom a good deal of the time; they need perpetual reassurance.” ~ John Hall Wheelock

  37. “Dogs, bless them, operate on the premise that human beings are fragile and require incessant applications of affection and reassurance. The random lick of a hand and the furry chin draped over the instep are calculated to let the shaky owner know that a friend is nearby.” ~ Mary McGrory , Reassurance quotes for friends
  38. “My new one (tattoo) says ‘Never a failure, always a lesson’ and is kind of my mantra to life, just a reminder. My life is just a crazy rollercoaster every day and whenever I read that it just reassures me.” ~ Rihanna
  39. “The ‘peace’ the gospel brings is never the absence of conflict, but an ineffable divine reassurance within the heart of conflict; a peace that surpasses understanding.” ~ Walter Wink
  40. “But those who seek only reassurance from life will never be more than tourists—seeing everything and trying to possess what can only be felt

  41. “What matters is that you meditate, you’re seeking enlightenment, you’re on the pathway to enlightenment, and you’re having fun. Don’t look for reassurance in the eyes of others. Look for reassurance in your own eyes. Only you know if Buddhist practice is improving the quality of your life.” ~ Frederick LenzBeauty is the shadow of imperfection.” ~ Simon Van Booy
  42. “Our journey is demanding enough that the need for reassurance as well as reminders is constant.” ~ Neal A. Maxwell , Constant reassurance quotes
  43. “One thing about religious truths is that we have to take them on faith, and faith needs reassurance. What’s more reassuring than noticing that some other people, whom you admire, are so certain that it’s all true that they’re willing to go the ultimate mile?” ~ Rodney Stark
  44. “Men are weak and constantly need reassurance, so now that they fail to find adulation in the opposite sex, they’re turning to each other. Less and less do men need women. More and more do gentlemen prefer gentlemen.” ~ Anita Loos

  45. “Crime dramas will never go away as long as people turn to television for, among other things, reassurance and comfort.” ~ Tom Shales
  46. “The entire culture was organized for people who are happy. People who are miserable need reassurance that other people are miserable.” ~ Ira Glass
  47. “They can romanticize us so, mirrors, and that is their secret: what a subtle torture it would be to destroy all the mirrors in the world: where then could we look for reassurance of our identities?” ~ Truman Capote
  48. “All she had needed was the certainty of his love, and his reassurance that there was no hurry when a lifetime lay ahead of them.” ~ Ian Mcewan

  49. “At issue is not only knowledge of the world but our survival as individuals and as a species. All the basic technologies ever invented by humans to feed and protect themselves depend on a relentless commitment to hard-nosed empiricism: you cannot assume that your arrowheads will pierce the hide of a bison or that your raft will float just because the omens are propitious and you have been given supernatural reassurance that they will. You have to be sure.” ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
  50. “Flyers fell a certain kinship with the sight of the earth unencrusted by humanity, they want to see it that way in one sweeping view, in reassurance that nature still exists on her own, without a chain-link fence to hold her.” ~ Richard Bach
  51. “One cannot watch chimpanzee infants for long without realizing that they have the same emotional need for affection and reassurance as human children.” ~ Jane Goodall
  52. “One cannot watch chimpanzee infants for long without realizing that they have the same emotional need for affection and reassurance as human children.” ~ Jane Goodall

  53. “As artists are we quasi psychiatrists who mend the soul? Do we provide the consolations, escapes, and reassurances which enable us to survive? Or are we reporters of the truth, assembling the multiple shards of reality into intricate portraits which seek out the connections between misery and blessing, violence and wisdom? Do we protect or investigate the heart?” ~ Russell Sherman
  54. “I like to call amethyst the mother/healer/teacher/lover of the mineral kingdom because it is for lack of a better term an all-purpose crystal. Feeling low? It’ll help. Feeling lost? It will help. Need your mom? It will help. Need reassurance that you’re making a positive choice in your life? It’ll help.” ~ David
  55. “It’s true that over-apologizing interrupts the flow of conversation and irritates the person who has to stop and offer reassurance, like, “No, it’s fine, don’t worry about it.” But far greater than the challenge of toning down unnecessary “sorrys” is offering an apology when one is due.” ~ Harriet Lerner
  56. “I was an only child for 16 years. I didn’t realize it at the time, but that experience definitely turned me into a people pleaser. I always tried to do what was expected of me, and I constantly sought reassurance from the adults around me that I was doing a good job.” ~ Chandra Wilson

  57. “The perennial wonder of Venice is to peer at herself in her canals and find that she exists-incredible as it seems. It is the same reassurance that a looking-glass offers us: the guarantee that we are real.” ~ Mary McCarthy
  58. “The perennial wonder of Venice is to peer at herself in her canals and find that she exists-incredible as it seems. It is the same reassurance that a looking-glass offers us: the guarantee that we are real.” ~ Mary McCarthy
  59. “During a heavy storm at sea, a nervous woman passenger on a large liner went to the captain, seeking reassurance. “Captain,” she asked tremulously, “are we in great danger?” “Don’t worry, madam,” he answered, “after all, we in the hands of God.” “Oh,” she gasped, terror written on her face, “is it as bad as that?”” ~ James Keller
  60. “Without the presence of the Spirit, it is impossible to comprehend our personal mission or to have the reassurance that our course is right.” ~ Sheri L. Dew

  61. “Even when reading is impossible, the presence of books acquired (by passionate devotion to them) produces such an ecstasy that the buying of more books than one can peradventure read is nothing less than the soul reaching towards infinity … we cherish books even if unread, their mere presence exudes comfort, their ready access, reassurance.” ~ A. Edward Newton
  62. “Guys constantly talk about pornography in two ways: as revenge and as reassurance. When you live in a world in which beautiful, sexy women are all around you, in the same classes, on the same athletic field, competing for the same jobs, then the pornographic world – the world in which women thrill to male sexual desire – reassures men that although they may feel “one down,” they’re still entitled to women’s bodies.” ~ Michael Kimmel
  63. “I like old people when they have aged well. And old houses with an accumulation of sweet honest living in them are good. And the timelessness that only the passing of Time itself can give to objects both inside and outside the spirit is a continuing reassurance.” ~ M. F. K. Fisher

  64. “The public, as a whole, finds reassurance in longevity, and, after the necessary interlude of reaction, is disposed to recognize extreme old age as a sign of excellence. The long-liver has triumphed over at least one of man’s initial handicaps: the brevity of life.” ~ Vita Sackville-West
  65. “I think her Grandmother Hall gave her a great sense of family love and reassurance. Her grandmother did love her, like her father, unconditionally. And despite the order and the discipline – and home at certain hours and out at certain hours and reading at certain hours – there was a surprising amount of freedom. Eleanor Roosevelt talks about how the happiest moments of her days were when she would take a book out of the library, which wasn’t censored.” ~ Blanche Wiesen Cook

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