Loss Of A Child Quotes (63 quotes)
LOSING SOMEONE - QUOTES - INSPIRATIONAL QUOTES
Words of Sympathy & Sympathy Quotes
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Here are 64 Shhh! There are really 63 quotes about grief, coping and life after loss. The Internet just seemed plastered with inspirational platitudes pasted on pictures of sunsets and rainbows. A good quote serves many purposes. A quote helps us put our own thoughts and feelings into perspective, it allows us to use the words of others to communicate or to convey a message, and it helps us to feel a sense of commonality when we find our feelings, experiences, and observations match those of another. We hope something here resonates with you and feel free to steal and share any of these images with your grieving family and friends.
Sympathy Messages for Loss of Mother. The loss of a mother is a great loss. Moms are special people. Most people will lose their mom some time during their lifetime. The following messages can be used in your card when you don't know what to write, but you can edit these to fit the situation.
A mother’s love impacts us in an incredible way, always guiding and protecting, and it can be felt long after they are gone. This Mother’s Day, remember mom with these moving quotes that will have you feeling close to her even though she is no longer here. Mother, you left us.
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2. I won't let the tears mar the smiles that you've given me.
People can often find themselves tongue-tied if someone they care about is experiencing hardship or loss. If you are ever in this position and don't know what to say, you can express your feelings by sharing quotations that reflect how you feel. In the end, if it strikes a chord with you, it will likely do the same to the loved one you are hoping to comfort. Sharing quotes—whether in a eulogy , on a card, or in a heartfelt note—says that you've taken the time to find the right sentiment to guide a loved one through the complicated stages of loss and grief. Here are some sayings and passages that meditate on the complex emotions surrounding some of life's most challenging events.