How to Write a Bereavement Leave Letter

November 28th, 2016 | Sympathy Letters | 0 Comment

A loss of a loved one is without a doubt the worst thing one can deal with, however it is a part of life and one that requires proper etiquette for certain aspects. When you have been faced with a loss of a loved one, a parent, child, grandparent or a friend, you might need a few extra days to grieve and to get yourself together. A bereavement leave letter is a formal letter which asks your employer to give you some extra days off work because of your situation. ...

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20 Sympathy Quotes to Use in a Condolence Letter

September 5th, 2016 | Sympathy Letters | 0 Comment

One of the hardest things is finding the right words and sympathy quotes to use when writing a condolence letter to a grieving person or a friend. You need to find a tasteful way how to send your love and acknowledge the loss but not exaggerate and turn out to be offending. In many cases, the most effective sympathy quotes are the ones that are short, sincere and simple. The words should come out of you naturally, just like you would say them in person. Here, we ...

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5 Mistakes to Avoid while Writing a Condolence Letter

May 1st, 2016 | Sympathy Letters | 0 Comment

There are many types of letter that people write during their lifetime, but out of all, condolence letter is probably the hardest to write. Finding the right word in those occasions is truly hard. You go through words not knowing which ones are helpful, which not but you still want to let the person whom you are writing to know that you care about her. Here are 5 of the most common mistakes people make when it comes to condolence letters. 1. Not writing a ...

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