People who do this are well-intentioned. They're trying to help. And I totally get why people do it.
But if you've been sick, or you've been close to a sick person, you know that people in these situations are generally pretty educated on their treatment options (they have the internet too) and have made the decisions they feel are best for them. It's really exhausting to have to defend your choices to people who are almost never as informed as you are about your condition. And yet.
If you buy a sick person this card, I promise they will a) laugh, and b) feel relieved that you understand.
- Blank inside
- A2 size (4.25" x 5.5")
- Offset printed in Los Angeles onto heavyweight matte stock, using environmentally friendly soy inks
- Comes with a matching kraft envelope
Emily McDowell cards identify universal, emotional truths and observations on being human, and turn them into products that help people feel understood. She makes cards for the relationships we actually have, not the ones we wish we had, and she's made it her mission to help people connect when they don't know what to say.