Quick Answer: What Do You Write In An Encouragement Card?

Quick Answer: What Do You Write In An Encouragement Card?

Words of Encouragement

  • I just wanted you to know how much you are loved today!
  • Hang in there, and know that I am here for you.
  • I’m sending thoughts and prayers your way today.
  • I’m just sending a note and a smile to you today.
  • There is no one quite like you; I think you are wonderful!
  • Thinking of you and how special you are.

What do you write in a cancer card for encouragement?

Meaningful Things to Write

  1. I am wishing you the best possible outcome.
  2. May you find comfort and peace in your situation.
  3. Though you may feel overwhelmed now, I hope things will get easier as you go on.
  4. I’ll call you soon to find out exactly what I can do for you.
  5. I am here for you if you need a friend.
  6. You are in my thoughts and prayers.

What to write in a praying for you card?

You are in my thoughts—Praying that God fills your day with things that make you happy and bring you peace and joy. God bless you—Just letting you know that you are in my thoughts and prayers. With warm thoughts of you—May you be blessed today with God’s goodness and peace.

What are the words of encouragement?

Quotes on encouragement and compassion

  • “A woman is the full circle.
  • “We can do no great things, only small things with great love.” —
  • “If you’re feeling helpless, help someone.” —
  • “One’s life has value so long as one attributes value to the life of others, by means of love, friendship, indignation and compassion.” —

What do you write in a card for someone with cancer?

Terminal Illness

  1. “Thinking about you every day.
  2. “Thoughts of you are always some of my happiest.
  3. “It’s good to know you’re receiving wonderful care.”
  4. “Praying with you.”
  5. “In my heart and in my prayers.
  6. “Thinking about you today and hoping it’s a good one for you.”

How do you show encouragement?


  • Encourage even the smallest effort.
  • Stop finding fault with the wrong and applaud the right.
  • Look for outwardly demonstrable ways to encourage a person.
  • Reject negative responses.
  • Make positive comments.
  • Write encouraging comments.
  • Tell people positive things about themselves.
  • Notice when someone does something good.

How do you inspire others words?

6 Ways to Encourage Others

  1. Show them you care. When you take the time to learn about others, it shows that you care.
  2. Tell them verbally. Use the four magic leadership words: I believe in you.
  3. Tell them in writing.
  4. Share with others.
  5. Trust them with more.
  6. Help them.

What are positive words?

Positive Words Vocabulary List

  • absolutely. accepted. acclaimed. accomplish. accomplishment.
  • beaming. beautiful. believe. beneficial. bliss.
  • calm. celebrated. certain. champ. champion.
  • dazzling. delight. delightful. distinguished. divine.
  • earnest. easy. ecstatic. effective.
  • fabulous. fair. familiar. famous.
  • generous. genius. genuine. giving.
  • handsome. happy. harmonious. healing.

What to say in a card to someone who had a stroke?

Get Well Wishes

  1. Feel better soon!
  2. Hope you feel better soon.
  3. Hoping you find strength with each new day.
  4. Have a speedy recovery!
  5. I hope each new day brings you closer to a full and speedy recovery!
  6. May good health envelop you, spurring a quick recovery.
  7. Thinking of you lots and hoping for your speedy recovery.

What to say when someone tells you they have cancer?

What to Say to a Cancer Patient

  • “We’ll get through this together.
  • “I am praying for you.”
  • “Go to MD Anderson.
  • “I am here for you.”
  • Don’t ask what you can do to help or say, “Let me know if you need anything.”
  • Choose positive, hopeful words, but don’t give people false hope or talk about other people’s cancer outcomes.

How do you comfort a dying cat?

Caring for a Sick and Dying Cat

  1. If your cat is suffering from physical pain, discuss medication to help your cat feel more comfortable with your veterinarian.
  2. Provide your cat with a soft, warm place to rest, such as a heated cat bed with some extra blankets or towels.
  3. Minimize effort for all of his or her essentials items.

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