How to Write A Letter of Condolence?




How to Write A Letter of Condolence? :




Here are some tips on how to write a letter of condolence.


A condolence letter should be written in a friendly format. Unless you are a close friend or relative, start the letter by introducing yourself. In the next paragraph, offer you sympathy. The third (and final) paragraph is the place to offer assistance (if you are sincere in your desire to help) and to try to say something that genuinely helps the bereaved work through their grief.


What you don’t say in a condolence letter is almost more important than what you do say. All the same, even if you only write a line or two, you’ll show the family your support.


Keep condolence letters short.


Never say you know how they feel. Simply put, you don’t.


Do share a fond memory of the departed in the body (second paragraph) of your letter.




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