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How to give sympathy for the loss of a child

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How to give sympathy for the loss of a child

“Grief is love with no place to go”

Karen Gibbs, A Gallery of Scrapbook Creations

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  • Grief from loss is an ugly, sticky thing that colors everything in sadness and chaos. It robs all moments of joy and many a bereaved person have been lost in its abyss.
  • A kind word or acknowledgment of their pain can offer solace during a difficult time.
  • Tip: Often people avoid talking about the child who has died out of fear of reminding their friend of their loss. But here’s the truth – they never forget and you talking about someone they loved very much may give them the opportunity to relive those golden moments.

Talking Points

  • Please accept our deepest sympathy and heartfelt thoughts.
  • May time accomplish what no words can do.
  • Words are so inadequate at a time like this.
  • May God be with you at this time.
  • There is so little one can say, but my heart goes out to you.
  • My heart is reaching out to you in sympathy and prayer.
  • May the comfort of friends and family be your strength now and in the days ahead.
  • May God hold you in His arms and heal the sorrow that you feel.
  • May God hold you in the palm of His hand and comfort you with His everlasting love.
  • Our sympathy and warmest thoughts are with you now.
  • Expressing sympathy is always difficult, but all we can say is how sorry we are.
  • We’re with you in our thoughts today.
  • Our thoughts are with you in this time of sorrow.
  • May memories be a source of comfort at this time.
  • May it help to know that friends are sharing the sorrow in your heart.
  • May time be a source of healing for you.
  • Please remember that if you need us, we’re only a phone call away.
  • Hope these words convey our heartfelt sympathy during your time of loss.
  • Sometimes things are easier to bear when you know friends care.
  • May time and love bring you peace.
  • With sincere and heartfelt sympathy in your time of sorrow.
  • Sharing in your sorrow and offering deepest sympathy.
  • May the love of family and friends bring you peace and comfort.
  • Caring thoughts are with you.
  • Hoping my deepest sympathy brings you comfort in some small way.
  • May you find consolation in knowing that others care.
  • Please remember that your loss is shared by those who care and understand.
  • May God’s love give you strength during your time of sorrow.
  • Sharing your sorrow in the loss of your loved one.
  • Hoping these words of sympathy will comfort you in your time of sorrow.
  • You’re in my thoughts and in my prayers.
  • People pass on, but their memory lives on in our hearts.

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