The best way to write a sympathy card is to be genuine and simply say what you feel

Choosing Sympathy Words

Posted: August 4th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

It is truly difficult to choose sympathy words to write. The thought of writing the wrong words could leave you at a loss for words. Regardless of what you say on your sympathy letter, you could not remove the pain and the grief could not be mended with a gift of flowers. Choosing the right sympathy words to express your condolences will mean the most to a bereaved.

Select what you are going to write carefully. Your words should come from the heart. In time of a death, the grieving person needs all the assurance and comfort of family and friends the most. The bereaved needs a listening ear, a call, a shoulder to cry on and a sincere sympathy card or letter. A sympathy letter makes comforting the bereaved easier. You can look for sample sympathy words and incorporate them and make your own.

With the right words of sympathy, you can be sure that your sympathy letter will be treasured for many years.  The sympathy letter should be short and sincere. There is no need to use fancy words at all. Write to the grieving person as if you are talking to him or her face to face.

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