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If you're not sure what to say in a sympathy card or condolence message... well, we've been there. The right words aren't always easy to find.
Here are over one hundred messages you can use and modify to express what you're thinking and feeling as you try to support someone close to you.
There are several variations on this phrase, but the sentiment is the same for each version: Cardinals make us think about our loved ones.
Read more about the meaning and history of this beloved phrase, and be inspired by many memorial gifts and plaques with cardinal themes.
How can you “celebrate” a life that is gone, one you miss so very much? How do you grieve, yet do so in a healing way?
Let's consider this meaningful - if difficult - day of remembrance, and think about how to honor a cherished memory even while you mourn.
If you’re unfamiliar with the proper etiquette for death announcements, well, that’s understandable.
We’ve written a guide to help you with what to write, when and where to post or publish it, and how to do so in an appropriate and respectful manner.
There's nothing wrong with saying "I'm sorry for your loss." It's a cliché for a reason - it does the job.
But what if you want something better to say? We've put together a list of the best alternative condolence phrases for you right here.
If you’re planning on visiting a cemetery – whether to pay respects to a loved one, or because you’re simply drawn to cemeteries – there is some basic etiquette you should follow.
Here are 10 things to avoid doing when visiting a cemetery.