It is important to show that you care after someone you know experiences a loss, but how can you do this? Simply saying 'I'm sorry for your loss' can seem like you haven't put thought and care into your condolence message, which may be upsetting for the recipient.
Luckily for you, there are some thoughtful and beautiful alternatives:
Showing your care for an acquaintance can be difficult, as you want your words to sound sincere without being too much.
Here are some wording examples you can use:
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When a friend experiences a loss, they will likely feel lonely and will need someone to show support. You want to show that you not only care, but also that you are there to support them during this difficult time.
These are some wording examples that show that you really want to support your friend:
Your partner will appreciate you showing you care when they experience a loss. You can help them by showing that you are there for them, and proving it with your actions, too.
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