shayarisms4lovers June18 264 - 20 Comforting Quotes About Loss To Help You Cope With The Death Of A Loved One

20 Comforting Quotes About Loss To Help You Cope With The Death Of A Loved One

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The sting of death is unavoidable.

Funerals are the worst. They’re one of the saddest days in your life. Someone you loved or care about has died, and as with death there’s nothing you can do about it. Everyone around you and yourself are crying and you just want it to be over because no one really wants to be sad, especially like this.

Sorry if I just depressed you, but unfortunately there’s not really a good way to start talking about death and funerals. But just because it starts out sad doesn’t mean it has to end that way.

While it’s true that funerals do mark a person’s death, they can also be considered a celebration of life. You spend time with others reminiscing about the things that person said or did that made an impact on your life.

But even if you try to put a positive spin on things, it can become increasingly difficult when you have multiple funerals in a row. The only thing worse than one funeral is two, especially when they’re in a row. It can definitely take a toll, and no matter how positive you try to be, it starts to get to you. That feeling of loss and depression.

So how do you get through that? To be honest, there’s not really a clear-cut way. Everyone has a different way of coping with the death of a loved one. The best advice is to just make sure you’re coping in a healthy manner. Talk to others about how you feel, remember the good times and most of all remember how much they meant to you.

But maybe you still feel confused and left with a wondering of what to do or how to cope and move on with your life. If that’s the case, then perhaps these comforting quotes about death and loss can offer you the words you need to hear to get you through the hardest parts of your life.

1. Well first, you want to show common courtesy.

“Always go to other people’s funerals, otherwise they won’t come to yours.” –Yogi Berra

2. You can find comfort in a funeral.

“Some people hate funerals. I find them comforting. They hit the pause button on life and remind us that it has an end. Every eulogy reminds me to deepen my dash, that place on the tombstone between our birth

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shayarisms4lovers June18 255 - 30 Uplifting Quotes To Comfort Someone Who Is Grieving

30 Uplifting Quotes To Comfort Someone Who Is Grieving

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Some good words can go a long way.

In light of what has happened throughout the past few years, our country has experienced plenty of grieving. There have been so many terror attacks, mass shootings, and random acts of violence throughout the entire world.

Due to all of the terrible violence, many people are grieving the loss of a loved one or simply the seeming loss of humanity.


Sometimes knowing what to say or do for a person who is grieving is very difficult and doesn’t come naturally to a lot of people. You may be worried about saying the wrong thing or saying something that doesn’t help. It can be hard to help someone who is grieving, even when you are grieving too.


1. Understanding the process.

“It’s the process of grieving that’s important and necessary, not the understanding of it.” — Unknown


2. Remembering your loved one is in a happy place.

“I made it home I just wanted to let you know that I made it home. Everything is so pretty here, so white, so fresh, so new. I wish that you could close your eyes so you could see it too. Please try not to be sad for me. Try to understand. God is taking care of me…I’m in the shelter of his hands. Here there is no sadness, and no sorrow, and no pain. Here there is no crying, and I’ll never hurt again. Here it is peaceful when all the angels sing. I really have to go for now… I’ve just got to try my wings. PS… I’ll be the first face you see when you get here!” —​ Unknown


3. Do what is best for you.

“No rule book. No time frame. No judgment. Grief is as individual as a fingerprint. Do what is right for your soul.” — 1fw


4. Sometimes checking in is all someone needs.

“Just checking on you and praying God takes extra special care of you today!” — Hebrews 4:16


5. Having a shoulder to cry on.

“There is nothing I can say to take away your hurt but you have my shoulder to cry on and my loving hugs. Know that I will be here for you when you need me.” —​ Unknown


6. Be by their side.

“Maybe I can’t stop the downpour, but I will always join you for a walk in the rain.” —​

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