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Sympathy gifts are an expression from the heart.
Sympathy can be one of the most difficult human feelings to express. It’s hard to know just how to approach someone who is grieving.
No matter how well thought out your words may be, often they fall short of the mark and can even cause the bereaved more pain. In most cases, listening and offering a shoulder to lean on can say far more than volumes of words ever could. But this too can be very hard as listening also means necessarily curbing your own instinctive response and not interjecting your opinion. It means allowing the grieving process to follow its own course and letting your friend or loved one take things at whatever pace they require.
It’s at times like this that we can feel torn, wanting to offer support but not wanting to intrude. Rather than trying to find just the right words or impose your own idea of what the grieving process should entail, why not show your friend how much you care with a specially designed gift? It’s a material way of offering your support and giving encouragement when things may seem to be at their bleakest.
Why Choose A Tree Instead?
- It's a Unique and Appropriate Sympathy Gift
- You will be Planting a Living Legacy
- It helps our environment
- It's Customizable! You write the message for the card or letter that is sent to the recipient
- You Choose which State or Country it is Planted In
- Includes an Official Certificate of Planting