Can’t come up with the right phrase or words for your cope support sympathy card? We have the list of pre-made cope support messages that can help you jump-start your writing process.
We hope this will help you create just right message to send to your loved one which will be cherished along with the card for years to come.
I can’t tell you it won’t hurt tomorrow. I’m here for you while it hurts today.
Thanks for sharing your offer to help. And thanks for understanding that this is something I need to get through on my own. You’re a good friend.
Thank you for opening the door – and seeing me through.
It can be hard to ask for help. I’ll ask you if you ask me. You matter to me.
Some wives would love an expensive dinner, a diamond necklace, an ocean cruise. Frankly, I’d settle for the remote once in a while!
A mother’s heart leaps at those three precious words: Time for bed!
I understand that you need to talk and I need to listen. I’m ready.
Mother said there’d be days like this. I wish she’d said there’d be so many!
I decided to go on a starvation diet. I went 24 hours with no chocolate!
Your words should be sweet – someday you might just have to eat them.
It’s hard for you when I’m so busy. Thank you for your patience and helping me get through this time. You’re so special to me!
You believed in me when I didn’t believe in myself. I’ll never forget that. Thank you.
How are you? What’s new in your life? I care about you. Let’s keep in touch.
When things are tough, it can be hard to reach out for support. I just wanted to let you know I’m here and I’m thinking of you.
Yes, you CAN do it alone, but you don’t have to. I’m here for you, like you’ve always been for me.
For it is God who works in you. Philippians 2:13 When you need a helping hand, I’ll be there.
You are so much stronger than you realize. Hold onto God and God will hold onto you. There is so much in this world that is wonderful – so much that is waiting for you to discover. You’re going to make it.
We’re all in the same boat! Hang in there.
It feels like something’s wrong. Can I help?
We’ve got it all, baby! Now what?
When things are looking tough, and trouble is all you see, please always remember, you have a friend in – Chocolate!