- I’m terribly sorry to hear that.
- How terrible/sad/awful – I’m so sorry.
- I’m sorry. Is there anything I can do to help?
- I’m very sorry about your loss.
- Please accept my sincerest condolences/sympathies.
- If you need anything, I’m here for you.
- My heart hurts for you.
What do you write in a card for someone with cancer?
Here are some examples of what to write in a card if someone is going through cancer treatment:
- Every day you are getting closer.
- Your strength inspires me.
- I’m rooting for you.
- So proud of you.
- You are a light to others.
- You are a rock star.
- You are my hero.
- I know you are stronger than anything.
What do you write in a thinking of you card illness?
- “Hope you get to feeling better soon!”
- “Looking forward to seeing you back at practice when you’re ready.”
- “Wishing you well.”
- “Take extra good care!”
- “Here’s to you—steadier, stronger and better every day.”
- “We hope you’re taking it slow and easy right now.”
- “Take your sweet time getting well!”
How do you encourage a friend at work?
Here are 4 steps to motivate your people:
- Tell people exactly what you want them to do.
- Limit the amount of time or effort that you’re asking for.
- Share in the sacrifice.
- Appeal to their emotions.
- Give people multiple reasons for doing what you want them to do.
- Be the change you want to inspire.
- Tell a story.
What things can you say to help motivate friends and family members?
Here are a few things you can say to show your support:
- I’m so proud of you.
- You’re going to be amazing today!
- I believe in you.
- You’re the greatest.
- Good luck!
- Trust in yourself.
- Your confidence is contagious.
- You inspire me.
What to say to a friend who is going through a difficult time?
What to Say to a Friend Experiencing Hard Times
- “I hate that you’re going through this, but I know that you’ve got this.” People want to know their friends don’t just like them but admire them as well.
- “You’ve got a lot on your plate.
- “Remember when you were there for me?
- “You’re my best friend.