Mignon McLaughlin

Mignon McLaughlin

Mignon McLaughlin (June 6, 1913 – December 20, 1983) was an American journalist and author. In the 1950s, she began publishing aphorisms that were later collected in three books, entitled, The Neurotic’s Notebook, The Second Neurotic’s Notebook and The Complete Neurotic’s Notebook. 

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Hope is the feeling we have that the feeling we have is not permanent.

Nymphomaniac: a woman as obsessed with sex as an average man.

Even cowards can endure hardship, only the brave can endure suspense.

The proud man can learn humility, but he will be proud of it.

If you are brave too often people will come to expect it of you.

We are all born brave, trusting and greedy, and most of us remain greedy.

Youth is not enough. And love is not enough. And success is not enough. And if we could achieve it enough would not be enough.

It took man thousands of years to put words down on paper and his lawyers still wish he wouldn't.

Love is the silent saying and saying of a single name.

A car is useless in New York - essential everywhere else. The same with good manners.

A sense of humor is a major defense against minor troubles.

What you can't get out of get into wholeheartedly.

Most of us become parents long before we have stopped being children.

Likely as not the child you can do the least with will do the most to make you proud.

Most sermons sound to me like commercials - but I can't make out whether God is the Sponsor or the Product.

Love unlocks doors and opens windows that weren't even there before.

If I knew what I was so anxious about I wouldn't be so anxious.

The head never rules the heart but just becomes its partner in crime.

A woman telling her true age is like a buyer confiding his final price to an Armenian rug dealer.

For the happiest life days should be rigorously planned nights left open to chance.

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