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30 Letters Of Encouragement To A Friend Who Is Experiencing A Difficult Situation

I know how hard it is to support a friend going through a very hard time It could also affect you too if you are not an emotionally mature person.

You are currently all that your friend has, and so your first step is empowering him/her with words that’ll help him/her through the difficult time.

Letters of encouragement to a friend who lost someone

  1. Dear friend,

I can’t seem to get my mind off you lately. The news of your brother’s demise still strikes me as a rumor.

I heard about the incident from James and I must admit how heartbroken I am. I can only imagine how terrible you are feeling at this point. There is no point telling you not to cry or feel sad. It is absolutely okay to be sad.

However, I need to remind you that you are a survivor. This looks tough right now, but I am sure you would pull through.

It is okay to admit how you feel. It is perfectly okay to weep. But hang in there Clark. I am here for you. I am praying for you. I would come to visit you when I come to town on weekend.

This won’t be the end of you. You’re going to be fine eventually.

  1. Dear friend,

This might seem like the worst thing that can happen to you right now, but I can assure you that you’re going to survive this phase.

Losing your dad seemed to be the worst that could ever happen. Now, you have to deal with losing your mum as well.

I don’t need to talk about how sad you feel because I felt the pain you are currently feeling when I lost my parents 4 years ago. You were there and you helped me through.

This my turn now fella!

I am here for you and I would support you through this phase. You’re strong. You would pull through and I am going to do whatever it would take to make sure you’re fine.

  1. Dear friend,

You asked me a question yesterday which I could not answer.

Well, I can answer that question right now.

You are definitely going to survive this.

This is not motivation. This is a fact. I have known you to be a strong chap. Even when you had the fatal accident which has confined you to a wheelchair for 4 years now, you still went on to become the best graduating student at college.

This is enough proof that you have been built to weather the storm. You might not see it now, but you are definitely going to survive without your parents and they’re gonna be damn proud of your accomplishments.

  1. Dear friend,

Jane was loved by all. She was so sweet all through her life and this is why it sucks that she left so soon. This is not the right time for her to leave. But she did and we are mourning her death.

Losing a spouse is second to losing your life. I know the emptiness you feel right now. It seems like all hope is lost.

But I want you to be grateful for the impact she had while she was here. At her funeral, about 200 students came to testify about how her life has impacted them positively and how grateful they are. Because of her legacy, your child has a better world to live in.

I know you’re hurting, but look on the bright side and just heave a sigh of relief. Jane lived well and we are all grateful.

You are going to carry on her legacy and make the world even a better place than she could have even if she was here.

I can vouch for you.

I know you are going to pull through this and I am cheering you on every day as you fight through this grief and win.

  1. Dear friend,

I got the news of Karl’s death and I must sincerely express my heartfelt condolence. This is sad news and no one wants to hear such news.

I know how you feel right now Blake.

However, I want to remind you that life was never meant to be easy and rosy. Sometimes, tantrums are thrown at us by life, things go out of hand and we are almost left helpless and hopeless. However, our resilience and persistence get us the gold we deserve in life.

While you are fighting through this grief and harsh reality, I just want you to know that you should not lose faith. Things would get better for you. Yes! The vacuum might never be filled, but you are going to get stronger and stronger and stronger.

I would come to visit before the end of today.

Letters of encouragement to a friend who lost his Job

  1. Dear friend,

I got your message about the termination of your appointment at Marshall and co.

I sincerely sympathize with you. This has been your dream job and losing it might be the craziest thing you might have ever thought would happen to you. But it has happened and I am as devastated as you are.

However, I want to assure you that a closed-door does not mean a failed life. You might have lost this job, but you have not lost your skill and expertise.

I have always envied your intelligence. This is why I am sure that you’re going to get a better job. You are smart. You are sharp. You are the talent every organization is looking for.

So, I am so sure that this is not the end of you. The best is yet to come, friend. Don’t give up yet.

  1. Dear friend,

It’s been 2 weeks since you lost your job and I just want to encourage you further.

I know that things are so tight for you financially right now and it is beginning to get to you so badly. However, I am so sure that this is not the end.

The adventure is just about to begin. You are still at the prime of your life and only good things can happen to you from now on.

Don’t give up yet. You are right at the brink of your breakthrough. It is when things get tough that doors open.

Do you remember how you lost your job last year and got a better one in just 3 weeks?

I am sure something good lies in store for you at this point as well.

Hang in there, I believe in you and I am ready to support you all the way.

  1. Dear friend,

I got a message of how devastated you are as a result of what happened at your workplace.

You got fired simply for another employee’s misconduct and it is not fair. I am so angry at your organization and its policies. However, there is little we can do. The best is to move on.

I want you to draw peace from the fact that you are a good person with a kind heart. This virtue of yours would open doors for you in greater places where people would come to appreciate you for who you are.

I know that this is the 4th time that this would be happening.

However, let me assure you that no evil can overcome good conduct. Though it might seem as if evil is winning, but a good character always has the last, loudest, and longest laughter in the end.

I am rooting for you and I trust in your integrity and good conduct.

  1. Dear friend,

Do you know that you are valuable?

Do you know that your company just lost a great asset by firing you?

Do you know that you are stronger than in tough times?

Yes! This is who you are and I believe it with the whole of my heart. Stop beating yourself up, my dear friend. The fact that you got fired does not mean all hope is lost.

You are skillful and talented in diverse manners. Your talents might be the gold you need to become a worldwide force.

I trust in you and I believe in what the future holds for you. You are going to do great and I choose to believe this on your behalf. I am sure you’d believe this sooner than later. I am rooting for you friend.

  1. Dear friend,

I got your message about giving up and losing the will to try anymore.

I understand. And it is absolutely okay to give up. No one gets fired from a work they find so fulfilling and would want to continue. It is hard to start from scratch. However, you would be belittling your ability and self-consciousness by giving up.

Do you know loads of value on the inside of you?

Do you know how much you have to give the world?

Do you know that I have not seen a loyal and intelligent employer like you?

You have the qualities which other companies are looking for. Don’t stop putting yourself out there.

Keep at it, dear friend. I am rooting for you and I am willing to help you in any way I can.

Letters of encouragement to a friend who is not doing well academically

Letters Of Encouragement To A Friend

  1. Dear friend,

You might not be expecting this letter, but I thought it necessary to write it to you. An F does not mean you are a failure in life. I know that this is the 2nd time you are writing this exam, but this does not determine how successful you would be in life.

You have a lot of qualities that no school professor can grade.

I know how valuable you are. I know how wise you are. You are intelligent and a single course cannot bring you down.

Stay strong.

Try again.

This time, I am sure that you would come out successful.

I am rooting for you, my intelligent friend.

  1. Dear friend,

This is a hard time for you. I noticed how you have been avoiding everyone in class because of your bad grades. I understand how you feel.

I know you to be smart and intelligent. I know you to be the greatest classmate I have ever met. I love you for who you are. As a matter of fact, this is a message coming from all of us in class.

You are at your best and you are going to do great.

Just have some faith.

And, see yourself in a more positive light. You are going to make it and I’d be proud of you publicly as always.

  1. Dear friend,

I am sorry about how you are feeling. I realized that the announcement of your test result has gotten you in a very bad mood.

I am so sorry that you are feeling this way friend. This is a hard time for you and I understand if you want to be alone.

However, I would love to remind you that you were among the top 4 students in the last session. This simply means that you are intelligent.

This simply means that you are one of the best students our school has ever seen. You are not among the least.

Take time out to reflect on the past and draw strength from it. You can do great in our forthcoming exam.

I am so sure that you are going to do great and surpass even your own expectation.

I have always known that you are meant for greatness. I want you to believe it as well.

  1. Dear friend,

Recently, I noticed your performance has not been good at math.

However, you have been performing very well in other subjects and I am proud of this. I am so happy that I have such an intelligent and skillful friend like you.

Math does not define you. I am damn sure that you are going to do well in math this coming session.

Just don’t allow fear to cripple your genius. I envy your intelligence and I know you can accomplish anything you set your heart to do.

I would be waiting for your call later in the evening for our math revision class. Let us do it, friend.

You are going to get the gold this time.

  1. Dear friend,

Your sister called and informed me of your reluctance to eat because of your bad grades at school.

Look on the bright side fella!

This is not the end of your academic story. I know my friend for who he is. You don’t give up easily.

Do you remember how we solved the most difficult equation of our grade under 45minutes when we were in high school?

Do you remember that you were a major contributor to the answer we got?

Do you remember how we were celebrated and given a school recognition card?

These tell you how smart you are and how resilient you can be. I have always known that pressures bring out the gold in you.

Now is the time again to bring out the gold. I won’t be surprised if you get a presidential award next term. This is who you are and I am sure you are going to get better from now onwards.

Letter to a friend who is going through a break-up

  1. Dear friend,

You probably feel dejected right away. It is very understandable. However, I need to tell you that you are the sweetest person I have ever met.

I still don’t know why Rose broke up with you. However, I can tell that it is not your fault. This has nothing to do with you.

You are strong. You have a good heart. You are very understandable and forgiving. You have listening ears (which a lot of ladies are dying for in a man).

So, you are open to new opportunities of finding a better spouse than Rose. These times might be tough, but I must assure you that you have nothing to lose.

Your good qualities would attract the best to you eventually and you’re going to smile again.

  1. Dear friend,

Let me tell you this:

You are beautiful.

You are sexy and gorgeous.

You have the best and appealing shape any man would want to touch and suck the hell out of.

You have the perfect eyes and lips.

Everything about you is gorgeous.

Don’t let any guy make you feel ugly because of what he thinks about you. If Leonard thinks you are not attractive enough, it is HIS LOSS and not yours. He isn’t going to find anyone as attractive as you are.

But as for you? You are going to get the best charming and handsome men lining up to take a shot at your heart. So, don’t lock yourself up all day crying and thinking you are ugly. Rise and shine. The best man for you is just around the corner.

  1. Dear friend,

I know that you feel so hurt right now that you don’t ever want to get into a relationship with any guy again.

You have a right to feel this way and if you take this decision, it is fine.

However, shutting yourself out from love would deprive you of the opportunity to meet the one who would truly value you for who you are.

You are adorable and full of beautiful qualities. You have a beautiful heart and a calm soul that soothes the heart of every man.

Don’t give up yet. Give it one more try and I can assure you that you’d come to realize that true love exists.

  1. Dear friend,

Dave cheated on you because he doesn’t know your worth. He didn’t cheat on you because you have nothing to offer. That is a lie.

You are not worthless at all. Do you remember how many better guys were asking for your hand before Dave?

Dave is just an idiot who is blinded by his sexual desire to see the gold hidden in that curvy body of yours. Dave thinks that all that is about you are the breasts and hips. However, he is just who he is – AN IDIOT.

There is more to you than that. So, my friend, just move on and be grateful that you discovered how worthless of a man Dave is early. You are free from a lifetime of trauma.

  1. Dear friend,

What if you never find a man like Princewill?

Really?

You know that is a lie, right?

You are just scared that you might never find a man like him.

You are priceless.

You are valuable.

You have the qualities of a good woman.

You are godly.

You are affectionate.

Everybody wants to be around you always.

This is who you are. Anyone who loses you has lost something that might never be found anywhere. Don’t look down on yourself at all my friend.

You are top-notch and highly sought after. You are going to find out that there is a better man out there who deserves you than Princewill.

Letter to a friend going through financial difficulty

  1. Dear friend,

It is not your fault. You are not a spendthrift and I know it. Your bank account was hacked and all your money was looted. I hope this gets rectified soon.

However, I want you to remain positive. I know how you feel. I also remembered how you came through for me when I had nothing and this is my time to stand by you. I would do all that is in my power to get you out of this.

Your life still has a lot of flavor in it. Don’t worry, everything is going to be alright. This won’t be your end I promise.

  1. Dear friend,

You can’t lose the house.

I am so sure of this. It seems as if the money to pay for it is not forthcoming, but I want to assure you that you are a man who attracts good things. This simply means that the money is going to come and you are going to pay for that house.

I know how much you need the house and I can sense that you are panicking. But you are a man of great substance and people would come to help you. I would send in a check once I get paid tomorrow just to encourage you.

Don’t give up on the house. The money is going to come and you would be happy.

  1. Dear friend,

Life might be tough right now, but it won’t remain so forever. This is what I can confidently assure you of. You lost all your money to a shady deal. It is not your fault.

You just wanted to make your life better and that is why you got involved. You skipped one or two details and that is perfectly okay.

You don’t have to get yourself condemned because of that mistake. Everybody makes mistakes and moves on. You need to look on the bright side.

When life throws stones at us, we would make a building out of it. You are smart and intelligent. You are wise and great. Life would eventually turn out for you if you don’t give up.

I spoke with Kate yesterday and she told me how she has been making connections with rich whales who can fund you for the next business project.

Be encouraged, friend. You have us around you and we are going to make you rise again.

  1. Dear friend,

Money does not define how great you are. The abundance or lack of it does not define who you are.

You are valuable and highly esteemed than money and this is what makes you a money magnet. In no time, you are going to attract a lot of high-paying clients again.

I have seen how hardworking and tenacious you are over the years and I know that it is only a matter of time before you hit that unusual deal that would launch you to greatness.

Don’t give in yet. Don’t give in at all. Everything is going to be fine and I would support you through this phase. Life is tough, but you are tougher.

Stay strong and keep at your business. The sun would shine and you would become great again.

Other letters of encouragement to a friend

Letters Of Encouragement To A Friend

  1. Dear friend,

The delay in your life is not denial.

The fact things do not seem to be working does not mean you are not trying your best. All you need to do is to give it time.

Just be consistent and watch how the universe would reward all your efforts in no time.

I have seen how hard you work daily and I can attest to the fact that you are the best real estate consultant that New York has ever produced.

You are hardworking and intelligent. You are full of integrity and good morals. This is not going to be your status quo. You would rise to whatever height you desire.

The delay is for a greater launch. But don’t give up.

  1. Dear friend,

You are a fighter.

You fought through Covid19 and you won. You are going to fight through this sickness and you would win. Your resolve has to be strong. Constantly remind yourself of how strong you are.

Constantly remind yourself of how loved you are by everyone around you. We are all praying for your recovery because you form an integral part of our lives.

You are not sickling. You are not weak. This sickness would not be the end of you. Never!

  1. Dear friend,

The only thing I know that is more stubborn than cancer is you.

I have seen you fight through hell and win confidently. Cancer is too small to hold you down at this time. Cancer is too small to break down your defenses at this time.

You can win this battle. Just as before, rise up in your mind. Determine to win this fight no matter what. I am sure that you won’t be lost. You would get well and we would all be happy again.

Your stubborn attitude has brought you this far. It is one of your secret weapons. Now, you are going to use it to win this battle.

  1. Dear friend,

I am so unhappy with the way things are going for you at work. It seems as if your boss does not appreciate all you do. But I don’t blame her.

She is myopic in sight and cannot see beyond her nose. If I was given an opportunity to address her, these are the words I am going to say to her

You have the best employee every organization is dying to have. With Simon on your team, your competitors are at a great disadvantage.

Simon is skillful, talented, and innovative. Furthermore, he is hardworking and get things done excellently and smartly. He deserves some accolades. Don’t you dare lose him because you would be doing yourself a great disservice”

This is how much I believe in you. You are valuable than the whole organization. Don’t ever see yourself below this fact. I am sure that your boss would come to see this soon.

  1. Dear friend,

Don’t lose faith. Don’t give up the fight. Life never promised you an easy ride. But you have all it takes to win the fight. I have not seen a friend as tenacious as you are.

I have not seen a friend as strong as you are. I have not seen a friend as determined as you are. I have not seen a friend as resilient as you are.

You are stronger than life itself. You are better than failure. You are bigger than challenges and you are excellent than mediocrity.

This is how I see you every time and I need you to see yourself in this light.

Life is going to be good again and you would smile greatly in the end.

  1. Dear friend,

Taking on a new role is challenging enough.

But moving to a new environment? – That sucks.

The stress of having to settle your kids in, getting them into new schools, and how to make them see that you have them at heart and not the job is beginning to tell on you.

I could sense it while speaking with you on the phone.

Challenges are everywhere we go. They are a part of life that can’t be denied. This is why our first response to challenges is not weakness, but resilience. Be strong.

You are a good father. You are a good husband. You are doing great as a parent and the sacrifices you make for your family make you a valuable father and husband.

You are not failing at your duties as a father and I just want you to know that things would get back to normal.

You are going to push through this and begin to feel the ease you once felt while you were here.

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