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									I find that one of the hardest things to do is to find the right way to
express yourself when someone is dealing with a loss; that's why having a
good condolence message sample is so valuable. When a close friend of
mine lost his partner, it was very unexpected, and I was at a loss for
words. I really had no idea what to say, and I was terrified of saying
the wrong thing.

 I tried to put myself in his shoes, but I knew I couldn't imagine the
pain he must have been experiencing. I did end up finding the right
words, but it was very hard and quite frustrating. I've compiled here a
list of great resources and tips for finding ways to express how you feel
and saying it in a way that is kind and meaningful.

 These resources are ones that I've found to be helpful and I hope they
will be useful to you too!

  Condolence Quotes, Notes And Letters   Finding The Perfect Words To
Express Your Sympathy


Finding the perfect words to express your sympathy after a loved one
passes on is never easy. It is natural not to know what to say, even
though you want to give some sort of comfort to the bereaved. With
Condolence Quotes, Notes And Letters, there is no need to ever be at a
loss for words again.

 With this book, you will find guidelines for writing the perfect
condolence notes and letters, along with examples of condolence quotes
you can use. You will be guided step-by-step how to write a meaningful
and sincere condolence.

 In addition, this book provides examples of 5 different types of
condolences. Use Condolence Quotes, Notes and Letters to guide you and
help you find the right words for a difficult moment.

 Click here to get the book



  Trying To Help A Loved One Cope With Grief, But Just Don't Know What To
Do? Unique, practical guide for the friends and families of the bereaved
tells you exactly how to help without getting in the way

 It is awful when someone you love goes through the unbearable pain of
bereavement. As you are discovering, you feel distraught and completely
unable to help. You can't take away the grief, but there are many things
you can do to make everyday life more bearable for them. And no-one knows
better what those things might be than people who have been bereaved
themselves...

 This book explains how it feels, and also passes on the advice of many
other people who have been bereaved. These people know exactly what
helped them most (and what was well-meant but not helpful) at the time,
and in the months, weeks and years afterwards.
 There's no need to feel so helpless in the face of grief. This book is
full of little ways - as well as big ways - you can help someone you care
about cope that little bit better. You really CAN make a difference; why
not let this inspiring, creative and practical book show you how?

  How Do I Sign A Sympathy Card?


If you're searching for the proper way to sign a sympathy card, here are
a few examples:



With Sympathy, [Sign Your Name]

From All Of Your Friends At [Insert Name Of Group]

You Are In Our Thoughts And Prayers [Sign Your Name]

We Are Sorry For Your Loss, [Sign Your Name]

Love, [Sign Your Name]


 Note: It's a good idea to include your last name too, even if the person
you are sending the card to is a close friend or family member. They will
likely receive more than one card and it could be confusing as to who
sent the card.

  Move Beyond Grief, Even When It Feels Like Nothing Will Ease The Pain
Featured on CNN.com, The Discovery Channel and Women's World magazine

 The "Grief Transformation: toolset is a collection of 6 techniques that
allow you to resolve your grief and feel better. When you complete each
of these 6 exercises, you will feel better.

 Here is exactly what you will get:


Sad to Glad in 30 Seconds - Change your physiology and feel better
immediately.

Making Peace with the Past - Release feelings of anger, sadness,
frustration, regret, or pain and feel a deep sense of peace

Writing for Resolution - Let go of sadness once and for all by saying
everything you never got a chance to.

6-Steps to Eliminate Pain from Bad Memories - Release negative emotions
and transform bad feelings or memories into good ones.

Use Your Mind to Transform Grief Into Joy - Keep the good feelings about
a person and let go of the bad ones.
Guided Grief Relief Meditation - Recover from grief by breathing and
relaxing through this guided meditation.


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  What Are the Rules of Etiquette on Writing a Condolence Letter?   Learn
more about it here


According to an article on Improving-Relationships-Suite101.com, "The
formal Condolence Letter should be sent within two weeks of the loss or
death, neatly written on stationery; it and may be sent as a follow up
after sending a Condolence Note. Formal condolence letters are sent by
businesses, health care professionals, veterinary professionals and the
military.

 A Condolence Note or Sympathy Card (Condolence Card or Sympathy Note)
are the less formal forms used to express condolences or sympathies
immediately following a death."

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