🪦😞💔 condolence

🪦😞💔 condolence

when life throws its hardest curveballs, words can often fail us.

navigating the space of grief is a complex process, and sometimes it's difficult to convey your empathy through words.

we've prepared 20 genuine condolence messages to provide comfort and support to someone in their time of need. let's get into it.

 

20 condolence messages

i'm so deeply sorry for your loss.

hey, just wanted to let you know that i'm here for you, no matter what. don't hesitate to reach out if you need anything.

it's okay not to be okay right now. take your time to heal. i'm here for you.

i may not fully understand your pain, but i'm ready to listen and be a shoulder to lean on.

it's tough, i know. but remember, you're tougher. we'll get through this together.

sending you so much love during this difficult time. remember, it's okay to grieve.

here for you in your moments of darkness, offering my light. don’t be afraid to lean on your friends.

you're not alone in this journey. we're all here, sending our love and support.

sometimes, it's okay to take a break from the world. take all the time you need.

it's okay to let out your feelings. grief is just love with no place to go.

love leaves a memory no one can steal. in these tough times, remember the good times.

no words can heal the pain, but i hope my presence and support can provide a little comfort.

allow yourself to feel, to grieve, and to cry. there's no right way to cope, but i'm here for you through it all.

even in the darkest night, stars still shine. hold on to the light of their memory.

strength isn't about not feeling pain, but about the courage to continue when we do. you are so strong.

holding you close in thoughts and hoping it's comforting to know how much others care.

though words seem inadequate, know that my heart goes out to you during this time.

remember, it's okay not to be strong all the time. i'm here for you, in strength and in tears.

in your moments of sorrow, i hope you find comfort in the memories that were a source of joy.

sending you thoughts of comfort. it's okay to take this one day at a time.

 

writing a condolence message isn't about finding the perfect words. it's about showing up, expressing your feelings, and offering comfort in a time of grief.

it's the thought and sincerity behind your message that counts the most.

a blank card filled with your handwritten message is one of the best ways to softly send support.

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