Dissipative solitons based on the complex Ginzburg-Landau (CGL) model show many novel dynamic properties. In this paper, a series of novel simple harmonic and damped motion dynamics of soliton supported by induced V-shaped potential in the cubic-quintic CGL model was investigated. Without viscosity, the role of these potential wells in stabilizing dissipative soliton forms periodic oscillation, just like simple harmonic motion. The influence of potential slope and oscillating amplitude on the period and momentum of simple harmonic motion were numerically analyzed. By adding a small diffusivity term (viscosity) into the CGL model, a significant damping effect is applied to the simple harmonic motion of dissipative solitons. The evolution mechanism of the energy and momentum during the simple harmonic motion and the damped motion was numerically studied. In addition, the energy gain/loss in the CGL model has no impact on the dynamical evolution of simple harmonic motion and damped motion of dissipative solitons.