how to say that ill miss someone without guilting???

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KiraComplex

KiraComplex

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Aug 31, 2019
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my friend is going to ctb soon and i want to tell them how grateful i am for their company and that ill really fucking miss them..... but i feel that this is guilting and may make them step down against their true will (to die) out of pure guilt.

what do u think?? should my thank you just be guiding them to die safely? sorry
 
theguineapigking

theguineapigking

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Assuming they’re not rushing into it and that you’re sure that they are ready..

Perhaps you could tell them that you’re thankful for the time you’ve had together, you’re grateful for their friendship, and that although you’ll miss them, you completely understand and respect their choice.

Try to word it in your own way of course, but in such a way that you’re not focusing on how much you’ll miss them, but rather how thankful you are to have had the honor of their companionship and that you support their choice.

This is my opinion of course. By all means, decide what you think would be best.


I’m sorry for the pain you’re in. It’s not easy to lose a friend. We’re here for you 100%. Feel free to look to us for support when the time comes that your friend departs.

Best wishes.
 
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KiraComplex

KiraComplex

Cream Soda
Aug 31, 2019
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168
Assuming they’re not rushing into it and that you’re sure that they are ready..

Perhaps you could tell them that you’re thankful for the time you’ve had together, you’re grateful for their friendship, and that although you’ll miss them, you completely understand and respect their choice.

Try to word it in your own way of course, but in such a way that you’re not focusing on how much you’ll miss them, but rather how thankful you are to have had the honor of their companionship and that you support their choice.

This is my opinion of course. By all means, decide what you think would be best.


I’m sorry for the pain you’re in. It’s not easy to lose a friend. We’re here for you 100%. Feel free to look to us for support when the time comes that your friend departs.

Best wishes.
thank you so much... they may be passing soon when the materials get delivered.
 
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rainonme

rainonme

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thank you so much... they may be passing soon when the materials get delivered.
The only thing I worry is if you would get blamed for their passing, so I hope this is in person.
 
lostangel

lostangel

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If they're serious I would tell them how much they meant to me. I wouldn't care if it guilt trips them even though it might. I won't tell anyone or stop them. I would just get the message across about how much they meant to me as I would never see them again.

But that is me. Perhaps you shouldn't be too pushy on telling them how much you will miss them. But whatever you say to them I wish you luck.
 
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