With everything going on in the world, what we really want to do is stay connected. If you’re looking for different ways to show you care, thinking about how you’ll celebrate a birthday or other special occasion, or just craving a little human connection, we’ve got you covered.
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Follow these steps to help someone with their grief, know what to say on social media, and offer sympathy to someone immediately after a death.
A card is the perfect way to connect, whether you’re across the hall, across the street or across the country. We’ve got tips on what to write. (Pssst: You can also use them in letters and even conversations.)
Sometimes it takes an interruption to daily life to remind us how much we count on the dedication of teachers, the expertise of nurses and doctors, or the dependability of mail carriers, just to name a few. These pros are absolutely worthy of our gratitude for doing what they do day in and day out. And we don’t have to wait for a special occasion to thank them.
Fill up your tank so you can care for others.