A Christmas Carol Quotes by Charles Dickens
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What to Say on Your Christmas Card to a Grieving Friend
Christmas is a hard time of year for those who are grieving. Grief makes everyone uneasy. How, despite our beliefs, we know so very little of life and death. That might not be what we most want, but it is what we most need. If you know the person huggingly well, the best thing is a hug.
Thank you to Wishes Poems for sharing their Christmas messages. Merry Christmas! Whether you are mailing a Christmas card, email, text message or e-card, it can often be tough to find the right words and to know what to write in a Christmas card. Ideally, Christmas greeting card messages come straight from the heart, but being such a busy season and a time when we need to write merry Christmas card messages to so many people, it can become quite a challenge to find the right merry Christmas words. We recommend you look through the card messages below and choose something that just feels right, that gives words to how you already feel inside.
Lessons Learned, and Occasionally, Opinions.
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I want them to know about our year and yet that feels funny. I was comforted by the first sentence or two acknowledging his brilliance and what a tragedy his death was. Then I was put off. I felt and actual wall go up as the sender wrote about their year in review. I could not appreciate the courage it took for them to write. To reach out to me the suicide bereaved mother.
On the other hand, saying nothing at all speaks a louder message of indifference than shouted words. Like the scent of candles, grief remains in the air of the holidays even amid the beauty and joys of the season photo by Teresa TL Bruce, TealAshes. Saying something is better than saying nothing. Did it seem odd that I repeated the admonition to say the name of the deceased? Most mourners need to process their losses by talking of their departed loved ones.
After losing a loved one there are approximately a million holiday grief challenges that arise. From bursting into tears in the store when you see a gift they would love to that moment when you realize no one else knows how to carve the turkey, the holidays can feel like a minefield of added grief woes. Tucked in there somewhere may be the issue of if and how to send holiday cards. There is no right or wrong and there are no easy answers like so much in grief! How have you handled holiday cards after a death?