I Didn't Know What To Say Empathy Card

Emily McDowell & Friends

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When someone you love gets sick, it's really natural to get scared and uncomfortable and not know what to say. It's happened to all of us. You want to reach out, but you don't have the right words, and then time passes, and then it feels even worse and more awkward because it feels like it's been too long.

This card can help. A heartfelt apology and an honest explanation really can go a long way.

- Blank inside
- A2 size (4.25" x 5.5")
- Offset printed in Los Angeles onto heavyweight matte stock, using environmentally friendly soy inks
- Comes with a matching kraft envelope

McDowell, who has been cancer-free for 14 years, understands that many people are uncomfortable talking about or dealing with disease. “Culturally, we just don’t do a very good job of teaching people how to be present for suffering or illness,” she says. The goal of her new collection is “to help people connect with each other through truth and insight,” she explained online.


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