How do I write a quick recovery letter?

How do I write a quick recovery letter?

Get Well Wishes

  1. Feel better soon!
  2. Hope you feel better soon.
  3. Hoping you find strength with each new day.
  4. Have a speedy recovery!
  5. I hope each new day brings you closer to a full and speedy recovery!
  6. May good health envelop you, spurring a quick recovery.
  7. Thinking of you lots and hoping for your speedy recovery.

What do you say to someone who recovered from illness?

Hope it worked! With loving thoughts of you and warm wishes for a speedy recovery, Marta! Wishing you better and better, Emily. Wishing you well!…

  • Thinking of you as you recover, Jennifer.
  • Feel better, friend!
  • It’s really icky that you’ve been sicky.
  • Wishing you a speedy recovery, Mark – in record time!

What should I write for recovery?

Short and Heartfelt Get Well Wishes

  • Feel better.
  • Take it easy.
  • Praying for a full, speedy recovery!
  • Take as much time as you need to care for yourself.
  • Thinking of you.
  • A good laugh and a good sleep are the best cure.
  • Anxiously waiting to see you again.
  • We’re all sending our best wishes and hopes for a speedy recovery.

What to say instead of I hope you feel better?

Get-Well Wishes

  • “Hope you get to feeling better soon!”
  • “Looking forward to seeing you back at practice when you’re ready.”
  • “Wishing you well.”
  • “Take extra good care!”
  • “Here’s to you—steadier, stronger and better every day.”
  • “We hope you’re taking it slow and easy right now.”
  • “Take your sweet time getting well!”

What to say besides GET WELL SOON?

Heartfelt Messages:

  • Wishing you all of the love and support you need to feel better soon.
  • Thinking of you lots and wishing for a quick recovery.
  • Sending lots of hugs and love your way.
  • Remember to take things one day at a time!
  • We’re sending you all of the good and healthy vibes.
  • Warmest wishes for a speedy recovery.

What’s another way to say feel better?

What is another word for feel better?

heal recover
convalesce mend
recuperate improve
rally regenerate
recoup rehabilitate

How do you make a sick person feel better?

How to Help Someone Who Is Sick

  1. Call and then come by for 20 minutes when you can.
  2. Cook my family dinner.
  3. Bake cookies or brownies, and bring them frozen so I can eat them when my appetite improves.
  4. Offer help for a specific time and date.
  5. Do minor house repairs.
  6. Offer the gift of massage, manicure or pedicure.

What to say to a dying loved one?

Offer reassurance. Instead of arguing about your loved one’s condition, reassure them that you are there with them and that you love them. If they talk about dying, ask them to tell you how they feel about it and reassure them about any concerns they have.