When you are helping another person to write something it might seem like an easy task, to begin with. But as with anyone who has ever had to do this, it is not going to be as easy at it looks. So, in times like this, it is nice to have some form of help and that is what we are hoping to do today. With help such as writing an emotional message, it is important to take a lot of care in what you say. If you have someone to guide you through this process, it can make the whole process easier. A condolence message is your way of expressing anything about the loss of a person. It may be someone you know, it could even be someone in your family the principles are the same. You might have been told to keep condolence messages short but it is okay if you want to write something a little longer. Do not be afraid to express what you are feeling. Sometimes, this is the best way to get to terms with what has happened. What else do you need to do if you are in a position where your guidance is required?
Understanding the person
To understand what the other person is going through, it is important to talk to them. This will give you an idea of what can be said and also what should be avoided. You do not even have to give the exact words, all that you will have to do is bring some structure to the message and your job is done. But this is not possible if you do not talk to the other person. It will also make them feel more at ease so that is another bonus that will happen from this interaction.
This is arguably the trickiest part that you will have to navigate. It doesn’t matter if the message is long or short, the right feelings have to be conveyed. The best way to get this done is, to be honest with whatever the person is feeling. There is no point in trying to hide what is under the surface. By being open about these emotions, you have every chance of succeeding in letting the readers or listeners what you are trying to say. Do not stress about it too much and you will get it done for them.