You Can Quickly and Easily Create Sympathy Letters Guaranteed To Make A Lasting Impression!

The skills of writing sympathy letters are seldom taught to us in school or home. Yet, so often we are all called upon to have this knowledge.

Writing a Sympathy Letter isn't easy...

  • You don’t want to say the wrong thing.
  • Or make an unconscious blunder causing you embarrassment
  • You don’t want to write anything that offends.
  • What do you say when someone has lived a long life and his death is not unexpected?
  • Or when a colleague’s spouse has died of cancer?
  • Possibly the hardest letter to write is to those that are dealing with the suicide of a loved one.

Yet, the impact you make when you send a beautifully written sympathy letter is beyond measure. Never underestimate its power.

What is it that makes them so special? Well, imagine two sympathy cards. The first card was simply signed, “with deepest sympathies” and a signature.

Inside the second card, however, was a letter. A beautiful letter that talked about the deceased. Their special qualities. Why they will be missed. 

Which one will the recipient pull out time and time again and reread?

While all sympathy cards are sure to be appreciated by the recipient, because you took time to do much more than sign your name to the card, it allows the recipient to know that you are really trying to be there for them in a special and personal way.

The written word of sympathy and condolences means so much. Your caring and compassion will truly help create a deep bond of friendship, and help them through the healing process.

"Grief shared... is indeed grief diminished"

The appreciation for your concern and support will come back and touch you for years to come.

Heartfelt Sympathy Letters – Instantly will help you feel confident in your ability to write a sympathy letter that is both appropriate and meaningful.

It contains 20 unique letters, all ready for you.

There is a letter for the death of a:

  • spouse
  • daughter
  • son
  • baby
  • parent
  • co-worker
  • boss
  • grandfather
  • grandmother
  • military death
  • ex spouse
  • religious
  • non religious
  • suicide

Now, No Matter Whom You Are Sending A Sympathy Letter - You’ll Find One That’s Already Written For You...

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We provide you with a simple way to customize each letter to the personality and the character of the deceased, with over 200 different descriptive phrases and similes, that you can instantly insert into any letter to capture their uniqueness! For example;

  • She helped to smooth out the rough edges of a busy day
  • He lived life with passion
  • She took whatever steps were necessary...
  • She was as radiant as a tiara of diamonds
  • He always grinned like a Cheshire cat
  • She could be as mischievous as a kitten

We have made it fast and simple for you to find the right words at the right time, avoiding those horrible clichés. No more staring at a blank sheet of paper, as you obsess over what to write.

You will also learn what you should never say in a card (and yet many make this mistake.)

This insightful, sensitive guide is for the person who wants to make a lasting impression and who wonders what to say, and what not to say when writing a sympathy letter to a grieving friend, colleague, or relative.

This book of Sympathy letters provides instant access to sensitive ways for you to communicate with someone who has lost a loved one. It's easy to get started right away. Just click here and you can have immediate access to all of the Instant Sympathy Letter Templates right on the spot.

Stop Writing Sympathy Letters The Hard Way

Each year, on a day in September, Laura takes a small box from a high shelf in her closet. It is the anniversary of the death of her young daughter, and she spends the morning of that day each year poring over the many sympathy letters that she received from friends and family shortly after the death. “Even though it has been five years,” she said, “I can still find comfort in some of these letters. Just knowing that people cared and that they tried so hard to understand what I was going through meant so much then, and it continues to mean a lot to me even today.” 

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