What do I write in a card for cancer treatment?

What do I write in a card for cancer treatment?

1. This must be a really tough time for you, but I wanted to let you know that I’m so impressed by your courage and endurance. 2. You are so determined to beat this cancer, and I’m so proud of you.

How do you send a card to someone with cancer?

Join the following organizations that send cards to patients.

  1. ​Joan’s Monarch Wishes.
  2. Card Care Connection.
  3. Girls Love​ Mail.

What is a good gift to send someone with cancer?

7 Thoughtful Gifts for Cancer Patients and Caregivers

  • A Meal Service or Gift Cards. Traveling to and from home for cancer treatments can be time consuming and tiring for both the patient and caregiver.
  • A Massage.
  • Time Off.
  • A Clean (or Organized) Home.
  • Comfortable Clothing.
  • A Care Basket.
  • The Same Gift You’d Get Them Otherwise.

What do you say in a note to someone with cancer?

If you’re struggling to find the right words, here are 12 kind things to say to someone with cancer:

  • “I’m here for you.”
  • “You are in my thoughts and prayers.”
  • “This stinks.”
  • “Let me help you with…”
  • Tell a Joke.
  • “You are not alone.”
  • “Any time you need to talk, I’ll listen.”
  • “What day works for a visit?”

What is the cancer card?

The “cancer card” is a term coined by those affected by cancer in some way, shape or form. The cancer card is kind of like a “get out of jail free” card in the game of Monopoly. It’s like a secret weapon you keep tucked in the back pocket of your jeans for special occasions.

What kind of card do you give a cancer patient?

Empathy Cards by Emily McDowell are greeting cards designed for cancer patients by a cancer survivor.

What to write on a card for a friend who has cancer?

What can I write in a card for encouragement?

Simple Thinking-of-You Encouragement

  • “You’re never far from my thoughts.”
  • “Know how often I think of you?
  • “You’re on my mind and in my heart.”
  • “Keeping you close in my thoughts.”
  • “Lifting you up in prayer and hoping you have a better day today.”
  • “I can’t wait to catch up with you soon.”