How to Write Sympathy Letters & Notes

Publisher: Booher Consultants, LLC
Available: English
Format: Kindle, NOOK Book

How to Write Sympathy Letters & Notes by Dianna Booher

Are you saddened but unsure about how best to express your deep feelings in the face of sorrow or tragedy? In sympathy situations, friends and family have the greatest need to hear from you. Don’t leave them wondering about your lack of concern.

When you can’t find the right words to express comfort, make the sympathy letter writing process a little easier during this stressful time with our professionally written package of sympathy letters and notes.

In How to Write Sympathy Letters & Notes, you’ll find samples for these personal and business situations:

  • Death of a child
  • Death of a parent
  • Death of a spouse
  • Death of other relatives
  • Miscarriage
  • Death of pet
  • Personal failures
  • Disaster—loss of home
  • Disaster—loss of business
  • Business failure
  • Financial ruin
  • Loss of job—friend
  • Loss of job—coworker
  • Get well soon
  • Terminal illness—friend
  • Terminal illness—acquaintance
  • Wedding—cancelled
  • Divorce—to parents of those getting divorce
  • Divorce—to friend or relative getting divorce
  • Criminal conviction
  • Crime victim

You have two choices to use How to Write Sympathy Letters & Notes. Either …

1. Download the PDF package and select the sample sympathy letter you need. Then copy and paste it into Microsoft Word or any other word processor. Send it out.

2. Read samples to “get the flavor” of what the sympathy letter or note should say. Then “pick and choose” sentences you like to use in composing your own sympathy letter or note.

Total Number of Letters: 40
Total Number of Situations/Topics: 24

If you need a sympathy letter or note to show someone you care and you can’t find exactly the right words, How to Write Sympathy Letters & Notes offers many choices to help you express your thoughts.