- What should I say when someone is expressing concern for my health?
- How do you respond when someone is worried about you?
- How do you express your gratitude?
- How do you tell someone thank you for their kindness?
- Is it OK to tell someone you’re worried about them?
- What does it mean thank you for your concern?
- How do you say thank you for showing concern?
- How do you thank someone for showing concern?
- How do you show appreciation in words?
- How do you know if someone is worried about you?
- What to tell someone who is struggling?
- How do you respond to concerns?
What should I say when someone is expressing concern for my health?
“Thanks for asking.
I feel better now.” “Thanks for asking.
Still hurts every now and then, but I don’t think it’s [or I know it’s not] serious.”…Less formal phrases might be:Thank you for being concerned.Thank you for your concern.Thank you for thinking about me.Thanks for caring..
How do you respond when someone is worried about you?
Well you could say thank you for worrying about me but I am fine. How are you? Or if you’re not fine you could say thank you so much for worrying about me. And then explain what is going on with your health or whatever it is that the person is worried about.
How do you express your gratitude?
General Thank-You PhrasesThank you so much.Thank you very much.I appreciate your consideration/guidance/help/time.I sincerely appreciate ….My sincere appreciation/gratitude/thanks.My thanks and appreciation.Please accept my deepest thanks.More items…
How do you tell someone thank you for their kindness?
Simple Thanks“You’re the best.”“I’m humbled and grateful.”“You knocked me off my feet!”“My heart is still smiling.”“Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will always treasure.”“Sometimes the simplest things mean the most.”“The banana bread was fabulous. You made my day.”“I’m touched beyond words.”More items…•Jun 18, 2019
Is it OK to tell someone you’re worried about them?
You can tell them that you’re worried. If you’re concerned about a friend, it’s important to tell them what changes you’ve noticed that have you worried and ask them what’s happening without making any assumptions.
What does it mean thank you for your concern?
“Thanks for your concern” means “Thanks for worrying about me.” So, you see, maybe it wouldn’t be the best way to say what you want to say here. I don’t think we worry about you, Kenny, because you’re so talented and smart! Which brings us to why no one may have said anything.
How do you say thank you for showing concern?
The sentiment of thanking people for their concern is frequently expressed this way: “Thank you for your concern,” or “Thank you for the concern you have showed (or shown) me.” Your expression of the idea reveals a little extra “warmth,” which may or may not be appropriate.
How do you thank someone for showing concern?
“I appreciate your concern” Another way to express gratefulness is by saying “I appreciate your concern,” wherein “thank you for” is replaced with “I appreciate.”
How do you show appreciation in words?
Other ways to say thank you in any occasionI appreciate what you did.Thank you for thinking of me.Thank you for your time today.I value and respect your opinion.I am so thankful for what you did.I wanted to take the time to thank you.I really appreciate your help. Thank you.Your kind words warmed my heart.More items…
How do you know if someone is worried about you?
Changes in thinking, feeling and physical sensationsfeeling anxious, panicky or worrying more.poor concentration, low energy, tiredness or being easily distracted.loss of confidence or feeling overwhelmed by tasks.expressing false beliefs or hearing/seeing things that others do not hear or see.
What to tell someone who is struggling?
A heartfelt “I’m sorry” goes a long way. People may shy away from saying, “I’m sorry” in response to someone’s misfortune because it might not feel like enough of an acknowledgment. But Miller says a genuine “I’m sorry” can go a long way to make your friend feel heard and validated.
How do you respond to concerns?
Four simple steps to become more effective at answering objecyions, concerns and questions.Step 1 – Hear them out and make them feel good for raising the topic. … Step 2 – Feed it back for clarification and probe beneath the surface. … Step 3 – Provide an answer. … Step 4 – Ask for the order.