“Who Else Needs To Overcome the

‘Brain Freeze’ Occurring When You

Are Paralyzed By Fear Of Offending

the Grieving…Yet You Feel Obliged

To Express Your Sympathy By

Writing a Personal Note Or Card?”

 

 

From the Desk of Ina Gilmore, M.D.

Ina Gilmore, M.D. "The Knitting Dr."

Ina Gilmore, M.D. (“The Knitting Dr.”)

 

Dear Anxious Friend of the Bereaved,

 

Are you speechless when it comes to writing a sympathy card?

You’re not alone.

One of the hardest things can be to know what to say to someone who has lost a beloved family member or friend.  And sometimes you just don’t know what to say.

I know.

As a physician, I’ve had to overcome my own insecurities and shyness to help the grieving…

One patient and her son stand out in my memory.  This lovely lady was in her 80s when I first met her.  As a social worker she had adopted a special needs child.  He grew into a fine young man, with compassion and a tender heart.

Sadly he had a sudden death.  Although he lived beyond his life expectancy, it was still hard for everyone who knew him. 

And yes, I struggled with the right words.  In a sympathy note and in person.

I wish I had had a book that would help me to find the right words.

 

What Do I Say In a Sympathy Card? Finding the Right Words To Comfort the Bereaved


When you struggle for the right words you need a book…

  • Answering 5 common questions about how to express sympathy in more than just a card…
  • Giving you examples of what to say so you don’t have to fumble for the right words…
  • Guiding you in thinking before you write so you can write with compassion and respect to comfort the bereaved.

 “What Do I Say In a Sympathy Card?

Finding the Right Words To Comfort the Bereaved”

can help you find the right words. 

And more…

it also guides you in finding other ways to comfort the bereaved.

It became a Number 2 Best Seller within days of its release!

 

Get it now at this special low introductory price!

 

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And have the confidence knowing you’ll write or say words of comfort.

This book is available on Kindle and there are free apps if you don’t have a Kindle.  You can use one to read it on your pc, Mac, or many smart phones.

Click here now for Free Kindle Apps.

 

To your healthy caregiving,

The Knitting Dr logo

 

Dr. Ina

Ina Gilmore, M.D. (Retired)
“The Knitting Dr.”

 

 

P.S. Get your copy now at this low introductory price!  And find the right words before you need them.

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