What do you say when someone’s family member is in hospice?

You can consider writing:
  1. I just wanted to let you know that I am here for you and am thinking of you. I will always be grateful for…. …
  2. I wanted to reach out and say I’m sorry for… (insert situation). …
  3. I’m so thankful for our relationship and will always be forever grateful for… (insert special memory or moment).

What do you say to someone whose mom is in hospice?

You may say instead: “I don’t know how it feels to be in your situation, but I’m here to support you.” In general, it’s most helpful to focus on the experience of your friend and her family, and on the ways you offer comfort or help.

What to say to someone whose dad is in hospice?

A few helpful phrases of comfort to offer include:
  • I feel your pain.
  • I’m here for you.
  • I love you.
  • When you’re ready to talk I’ll be here.

What to say to parent who is dying?

What to write to a dying loved one
  • Thank you for the …
  • I will never forget when we …
  • You are the reason I learned to appreciate …
  • I’ve been thinking of you. I remember when …
  • Without you, I would have never discovered …
  • I am so grateful that you taught me the importance of …