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What to say if someone’s spouse dies  

If you are close to the person who is grieving, or the person who has passed made an impact on your life and you want to express that to their family, it is a kind gesture to send a sympathy gift in addition to your condolence message. 

Flowers and food are always good, appropriate options for friends, family members or co-workers, or you can send something comforting like a candle or self-care gift.

Today, we share some comforting messages to help you show love tomorrow if someone passes on; his or her spouse or parent is dead.

  • I’m so sorry for your loss.
  • My heart breaks for you.
  • This hurts, and it sucks!
  • You are in my prayers.
  • My heart is with you at this time.
  • I love you, and I’m here for you.
  • I’m so sorry you are hurting.
  • Sending love and peace.
  • You are in my thoughts.
  • May you find comfort at this time.
  • I’m devastated for you.
  • My heart goes out to you at this difficult time.
  • May your heart find solace in remembering their light, beauty and laughter.
  • Know you are not alone and that I’m here to listen anytime you want to talk.
  • I don’t have the right words to tell you what’s in my heart, but know I’m here for you.
  • Sending you this note of comfort to let you know you are in my heart.
  • I’m so sorry for your loss. I can’t imagine your pain and grief at this time.
  • Lean on us as much as you need during this time. We’re here for you.
  • You’re dealing with the shock of the news and the pain of the loss—that’s a lot. Cry as much as you need.
  • Nothing about this is easy, and it just hurts. I’m so sorry, my friend.
  • I’m praying for you and your loved ones as you struggle with this immense loss.
  • Losing a dear friend is losing both your past memories and the ones you would have built in the future. I’m so sorry.
  • My heart hurts for you, and I grieve with you.
  • Grief is all the love you want to give but can’t anymore. I’m heartbroken for your loss.
  • We are so sorry for your loss. Please take this time to mourn with your loved ones, and don’t worry about a thing here.
  • I’m heartbroken for your loss and hope you find peace during this trying time.
  • Condolences to you and your loved ones during this time of grief.
  • I’m deeply sorry to hear about your recent loss.
  • May you find peace in your pain and comfort in your grief.
  • Sending you and your family all my love and support.
  • Please accept our heartfelt condolences at this time.
  • Words simply can’t express how heartbroken I am for you at this time.
  • Offering you all my sympathy at this time.
  • Words can’t express my sorrow for you and your family. Please accept my condolences.

Condolence messages for someone who lost a parent.

  • Your mom/dad was amazing soul, and I will never forget her/him.
  • Your mother/father had a profound impact on my life, and she/he will be greatly missed.
  • Loss is a part of life, but that doesn’t make it any easier—all my love to you as you navigate these uncharted waters.
  • I may not have ever met him/her, but if you’re a reflection of them, they must have been really amazing.
  • Losing a parent is like losing a piece of you.
  • Your grief feels so deep because your love for them is so big.
  • He/she may be gone, but he/she will always be here in our hearts.
  • I’m so sorry to hear of your loss. He/she will be truly missed.
  • May his/her soul rest in peace, and may you find peace as well.
  • Praying you to feel God’s arms around you as you weep.
  • Sending you the strength and courage you need to face the days ahead without him/her.
  • Your mom/dad was a great person who touched so many lives, including mine. I will miss her/him.
  • If I could heal your pain, I would, but instead please accept my love as a balm to your heart.
  • Your parents aren’t truly gone—they live on in the love they planted in your heart.
  • Grief is something you understand only by going through it. At least we can go through it together.
  • May the healer of all wounds heal your broken heart.
  • My deepest sympathy for your loss. He/she is gone too soon.
  • He/she may be gone from our sight, but he/she will always be in our hearts.
  • I deeply cherish my memories of your mom/dad and would love to share them with you when you’re ready.
  • All my sympathy during this time of deepest sorrow.
  • If you want to do more, here are some powerful ways to support someone who has lost a loved one.

Condolence messages for someone who lost a spouse.

  • I can’t understand what you’re going through, but I love you, and I’m here to help in any way I can.
  • Today the world lost a bright light, but I will always keep him/her burning in my heart.
  • May you feel the sunshine warming you each day as you move forward.
  • Nothing will ever be the same again, and it’s OK not to pretend it will ever go back to “normal.”
  • Deep sorrow can feel like drowning. Please know I’m here to be your life raft.
  • I can’t imagine anything more difficult than losing the love of your life. I’m so sorry.
  • No one can prepare for this type of loss. Sending you strength at this time.
  • He/she was a truly special person and will be missed by all of us.
  • May you find solace in knowing that he/she will never be forgotten and his/her memories will live forever in my heart.
  • When we lose someone dear, the challenge isn’t to learn to live without them but to learn to live with the love they left behind.
  • The hardest part isn’t remembering the life they left behind but building a new life without them in it.
  • Wishing you happiness looking back, strength looking forward and solace in the present.
  • May you be comforted in cherished memories, perfect peace and gentle understanding.
  • You could have had no better hiking buddy on this journey of life.
  • Watching you two together heightened my understanding of love, and watching you grieve has deepened my understanding of love as well.
  • Your husband/wife was a hero and mentor, beloved by so many, including me. He/she will not be forgotten.
  • May his/her memory be eternally etched in our hearts.
  • I can’t find the right words to say to you, and I’m afraid to say the wrong thing, so I’ll just tell you how much I love you and that I’m here to support you.
  • Sending all my sympathy and strength to you for this tragic and unexpected loss.

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