Give sorrow words, the grief that does not speak
Whispers the o'er-fraught heart and bids it
Shakespeare's Macbeth, Act IV, Scene iii
The act of writing focuses your thoughts and feelings as you express the profound emotions of grief. If you need
help with the powerful emotions of grief, or feel alone, please consider confiding in a trusted friend, grief counselor or
spiritual adviser. Reaching out for support in your time of grief is an act of courage. To read more about healing, click
When Does the Grieving End?
If you want to write a note of sympathy for your grieving friend but need a little help getting started,
please visit Writing Letters of Condolence.