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

Sympathy Letter Example

Posted: July 25th, 2011 | Author: writer | Filed under: Articles and guides | Tags: , , , , , , , , , | No Comments »

Writing a sympathy letter is indeed very hard. It is something that you have to do at one point in your life. Remember that you should always handwrite this kind of letter. When you write one, consider putting yourself in the place of the person you are writing to. If you know the departed well, try including a memory or two and express your feelings. You may mention the strengths and achievements of the departed. Extend your sympathies to the other members of the family as well.

Below is a sympathy letter example to guide you when writing one.

My dear Karen,

My heart broke into pieces the moment I heard about the sudden death of your husband and it is very difficult to imagine the depth of your sorrow right now.

I wish that words could comfort and sustain you, but I know that no words could take away your pain. My heart goes to you, my friend and I long to hold you in my arms.

Although words may be futile now with your sorrow, they are all I have to offer you. Please accept my heartfelt sympathies and know that I am holding you and the kids in my heart during this difficult time.

With all my love,

Shirley

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