Funeral condolences, funeral poetry and other ways to offer words of comfort
Funeral condolences provides you with everything you need to offer expressions of sympathy.
Do you not know how to express the sorrow you feel for someone who has lost a loved one? How do you find words at a time when a person may feel their world has ended and they cannot carry on? What funeral condolences can you give to comfort
someone who feels that they will never be able to get their life back on track after a death?
Whether you or someone you know loses a mother, father, son, daughter, husband, wife, partner or friend it is always hard. Dealing with death is overwhelming. By offering sympathy you show that you care.
Words of sympathy and comfort do not come easily. That is why we have devised ways to help you find the right words to offer comfort.
Here you will find the following
- Condolence phrases
- Condolences etiquette
- Condolence quotes
- Funeral condolence greetings
- Sample condolences
- Words of comfort in bereavement
- Sample letter of sympathy condolence and
- Condolence sayings
… ways to preserve the cherished memories of the deceased.
At a time like this you may feel at a loss for words, or if you are the person who has lost a loved one, you may feel numb with shock, confusion and depression. It is only the start of the journey through the stages of bereavement. The best you can do for someone is to be there for them and offer condolences as they go through denial, anger and bargaining, depression and until they come to acceptance. Going through every stage of bereavement grief cycle is a process. The words we use to offer comfort are so important. Words are powerful. Put in the correct way they can say so much, they can build up or break down.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one and the emotional effect it has on us is an inescapable reality of life. Sometimes it is only words of kindness, such as these funeral condolences and the act of being there for person who is mourning is all that they really want.
This website is here for you. If it can even make just one of the things you have to deal with after the death of someone, it will be worth it.
Or offer a word of encouragement, that you can get through this and that you will smile again one day.
It is important to remember that the person who is grieving wants to hear from you. Death brings with it unbearable heartache. Offer comfort.
Use these funeral condolences, funeral poems, words of comfort and special ways of remembering a loved one.