What do you write in a get well card for breast cancer?

Wishes for Terminal Illness

  • Sending you a note to let you know that I am thinking of you.
  • Thinking about you and hoping that you are having a good day.
  • We are all keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
  • You are always in my thoughts and prayers — you mean so much to me.
  • I am here for you.

How do you wish a cancer patient get well?

These are the 33 heart-warming messages:

  1. You are stronger than you think.
  2. Cancer can take away all of my physical abilities.
  3. Never give up.
  4. We cannot direct the wind, but we can adjust the sails.
  5. Hei Fighter, we know it hurts and it is tiring, but stay strong.
  6. Never give up hope easily.
  7. Support the fighters.

What do you say to someone recovering from breast cancer?

What to Say to a Cancer Patient

  • “We’ll get through this together.
  • “I am praying for you.”
  • “Go to MD Anderson.
  • “I am here for you.” Then follow through and really be there.
  • Don’t ask what you can do to help or say, “Let me know if you need anything.” Many people will never ask for help even though they need it.

What do breast cancer survivors say?

Tell them that you care about them and acknowledge that, although you don’t know how they feel, you get that it’s making life difficult….So, do that by saying:

  1. “This must be hard and I’m sorry that you’ve got to go through this.
  2. “I don’t know how you feel but understand that this must be difficult.

What do you write to a cancer patient?

A simple “I will keep thinking of you,” or “I wish you much love and strength” or “I’m sending you a big hug” is a perfect way to end your note. Lastly, Alison and Brian urge you: “don’t over-promise!

What do you write to someone with cancer?

How can I support my friend with breast cancer?

Emotional help

  1. Be available to listen. Let your friend know that you’re available to come over when needed.
  2. Let her know if you don’t mind taking a call from her in the middle of the night.
  3. Just be yourself.
  4. Let her know you care.
  5. Phone her, but be respectful of her needs.
  6. Visit, but phone first to check it’s okay.

What do you say to comfort a cancer patient?

Here are some ideas:

  1. “I’m not sure what to say, but I want you to know I care”.
  2. “I’m sorry to hear that you are going through this”.
  3. “How are you doing?”
  4. “If you would like to talk about it, I’m here”.
  5. “Please let me know how I can help”.
  6. “I’ll keep you in my thoughts”.