Not Your Normal Sympathy Card
You're here reading this right now because you have a friend or loved one who is grieving and you're probably looking for a way to support them and wondering what to say or do. Nobody likes to see those they love in pain. Grief and the pain from loss is something that we all avoid. Yet, grief is something we all experience, all of us. So, let's learn from it even though it makes us uncomfortable.
This isn't your "normal" sympathy gift. This is a sympathy kit designed to teach you about grief, and how to best support your friend in their grief. In this kit, we tell you what to say in a sympathy card, things we should never say, and we suggest other ways that you can show up for your friend down the road. The card and brochure that you send them will have additional activities to help them find the comfort and support they need in the long road of grieving that lies ahead.
We exist to help people from all over find support and comfort when they've lost their best friend. Help us build and grow this network of grief support. All of the services we provide are free for anyone who needs comfort, and the revenue we get from these sales help support our cause.
Let's Start By Choosing A Card Design
What Do I Write In A Sympathy Card?
Do you know what to write in a sympathy card for your friend? If not, no worries! We include a guide to get you started. In this short guide, we tell you:
- What to say in a sympathy card.
- Things we should never say to a grieving friend.
- Other ways that we can show up for our friends down the road.
The card and brochure that you send them will have additional activities to help them find the comfort and support they need in the long road of grieving that lies ahead.
5 Friendship Support Coupons
These are coupons that you will give to your friend that they will use when they need. It's much better to offer something specific for our friends when they're grieving than by saying something like, "Let me know if there's anything I can do".
Be specific and offer something that you are willing to do!
For example, you could say something like:
- "I'll show up Friday night with a pizza and a bottle of wine and we'll just stay in." or
- "Good for 3 hours of yard work one Sunday morning."