Hi, Merry. I hope this finds you well. I feel so sad for your friend's loss. People are very greedy. They should not behave like that. I hate such people. Tell her to try again. She should have confidence. Everything will be fine. Take care a lot. Have a nice day.
Hi! How are you? whats up dude? Hope you are good. I am sorry about your friend. It is really painful. Merry, you are the best friend and lady. In this difficult situation, you are with her. say her all will fine soon. Best wishes.
I am glad she is even trying. Many people in this case go in depression. Tell her not to hear to what others say. God will help us. Take her out, away from all those who bring her pain. She deserves a lot of happiness. Have a nice time.
Hi. Hows your friend is doing now? Ask her husband to take her away from such type of people. A trip to foreign would be best in this regard. You can also give her quality time to make her able to forget about her past. Good luck. Have a nice day.
Hello! How are you doing? I hope well. I am really sorry for your friends' loss. I know, it is not a small thing. Past can't be changed or removed. You have to grow with accepting it. So that when people remind you of it, you don't put yourself back there. Instead, try two steps ahead.
Hi. How is she now? I am so sorry for her. I don't why people are so cruel. this is really sad. I think she needs a change. Ask her husband to take her out on a trip. you can spend time with her. Take her to shopping. Distract her. Love her.
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