Some words of sympathy that people can give to someone for the loss of a mother are "we are sorry for your loss," "we are thinking about your wonderful mother," "our thoughts are with you and your family" and "we will mi... More »

When writing a sympathy card, it is best to write a sincere, personal message that will comfort the recipient. You can express your sympathy, share a special memory and offer your assistance. The message may be short, su... More »

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The best way to offer sympathy depends on how well you know the grieving and deceased persons, but listening, being present, and avoiding clichés or negative statements are very important. Saying, "I'm so sorry that Mary... More »

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Some messages to write in a sympathy card, as suggested by Hallmark, include, "I am sorry for your loss," "My heartfelt sympathy goes out to you," "My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time," "Y... More »

Condolence messages to a grieving family specifically expresses sympathy for the family's loss and support and provide support by assuring the family that the message sender's thoughts are with the family. A brief apprec... More »

When someone passes away, appropriate things to say include "I'm sorry for your loss," "I'm here if you need anything," and "Please accept my sympathy." A person can also ask, "How are you feeling?" to give his friend a ... More »

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When someone dies, it's appropriate to express sympathy with phrases such as, "I am sorry for your loss," or "You and your loved one are in my thoughts." It's equally appropriate to lend support to the people affected by... More »