Seeing someone respond to a death of a loved one with "I'm sorry" doesn't cut it.
What does that mean?
Why does our culture roll over grief and death with an, "I'm sorry" response?
The definition of saying I'm sorry according to Google: Feeling or expressing sympathy, pity, or regret.
Urban Dictionary's definition: A phrase carelessly thrown about by people who want to lessen their guilt. Does not actually show that they care about the person they hurt.
A friend recently posted about the sudden death of their climbing partner and nearly every response said, I'm sorry.
Let's change this rhetoric. If someone you know loses someone, express yourself in a more thoughtful, caring way. It will go a lot further than a careless, "I'm sorry."