Everything Happens Empathy Card
Lots of times when well-meaning people have absolutely no idea what to say to someone going through an incredibly challenging time (like major illness or grief), the ole chestnut “everything happens for a reason” slips out. Maybe eventually, with time and distance, this becomes more appropriate. But not immediately. In fact, it can feel incredibly confusing and hurtful to hear this. While we would never advocate for actual violence, giving someone this encouragement card lets them know you’re in their corner. You might not know what it feels like to be in their shoes, but you know when to be irritated on their behalf. And that will mean a lot. Trust us.
- A refreshed design of a beloved classic!
- File under: truly meaningful blank cards and envelopes, thinking of you cards, empathy and sympathy cards and condolences.
- A2 size (4.25 inches x 5.5 inches)
- Printed in the USA on heavyweight matte stock
- Comes with a matching kraft envelope
The card says it all. Great qualify!
Very amusing card
And it was well-appreciated by the receiver. I agree with the other reviewers, that sentimental cards can be a bit much. This message was perfect for the situation. However, this version is smaller than I expected. I realize I should have read the dimensions more carefully. I recall the last time I saw this card it was full size and I paid about the same price. $5.00 seems high for such a small card.
#1 Go-to Card
We've all had enough of the schmaltzy cards that don't even begin to say what we're hoping to convey. I should simply buy stock in THIS card, as it's my #1 go-to for tons of ridiculous and painful situations. Let's the recipient know you care AND gives them a much-needed grin. BUY IN BULK.
This is the perfect card
I hate those sentimental, find the silver lining cards. This card is perfect when something ****** happens to someone you love.
V good! V cute! I am ready for ANYTHING [except perhaps our current & systemic hellscape], but like, anything on a smaller level.
I sent this card to a friend who has just been through a traumatic illness and leg amputation. She said it made her literally laugh out loud. I'm sure she's heard a lot of well meaning but infuriating comments. I knew she would appreciate it.