- 1 What do you say when checking up on someone?
- 2 What can I say instead of just checking in?
- 3 How can I check up on a friend?
- 4 What does just checking in mean?
- 5 What do you text to show you care?
- 6 How do you check someone?
- 7 Can I say just checking in?
- 8 How do you say how are you without saying it?
- 9 How do you check if someone is struggling?
- 10 How do you mentally check in someone?
- 11 How do I tell my friend I have anxiety?
- 12 What does it mean to check with someone?
- 13 What does it mean when someone is checking up on you?
- 14 What does it mean to check up on someone?
What do you say when checking up on someone?
‘Just Checking In to See How You’re Doing’ Messages for a Friend or Family Member
- I’ve been missing you and wanted to say hi.
- Hey, how are you doing?
- I was just thinking of you and wanted to say hi.
- I’d love to catch up on what you’ve been doing!
- I wanted to see if everything is OK.
- You’re in my thoughts and prayers.
What can I say instead of just checking in?
11 Things To Say Instead Of “Just Checking In”
- “I’ve Been Thinking Of You Lately”
- “I’d Love To Hear How You’re Doing, If You Want To Share”
- “I’d Like To Hear How You’re Really Going”
- “How Are You Managing Things Right Now?”
- “How Have You Been Feeling Lately?”
- “So How Was This Year For You?”
How can I check up on a friend?
How to Check in on Your Friends Right Now
- Switch up the way you check in. You can turn a chat with a friend into a mental health check-in by simply changing the way you start the convo.
- Change your approach based on your friend.
- Be an active listener.
- Offer resources.
- Go beyond a supportive conversation.
What does just checking in mean?
To “check in one someone” means to make sure that they are okay and doing well. If they were “just checking in on you to say hi” it means they were saying hello and making sure that you’re doing well.
What do you text to show you care?
10 Quick Text Messages to Show You Care
- “Just wanted to let you know I am here if you need to talk.”
- “Believe in yourself.
- “I love you and I am here for you.”
- “Do you need to take a break?”
- “You are and always will be enough.”
- “You are smart and will do great.”
- “Stay strong.
- “I am always here for you.”
How do you check someone?
How to check in on someone you love
- Make sure you’re prepared.
- Choose the right time and setting.
- Start the conversation in an open way.
- Be specific about what has made you feel concerned.
- Let them know that you are listening.
- Listen without judgement.
- Try to stay calm.
- Help them to figure out their next steps.
Can I say just checking in?
It’s helpful to check in with yourself. Just don’t say “ just checking in.”
How do you say how are you without saying it?
Long time no see!
- What’s going on? This is a great, informal way to say hello to someone you already know.
- What’s new (with you)? This is another great and informal way to say hi to someone you know.
- What’s up?
- How have you been?
- How’s everything?
- How’s it going?
- You all right?
- Hey, hey man.
How do you check if someone is struggling?
Here, a few more ways to check in on a friend so that they know you always have their back.
- “I know you said you’re not ready to talk.
- “Hey, I’m stopping by the grocery store, let me know if you need anything”
- “Wanted to let you know I’m thinking of you!”
- “Hi, I saw this and immediately thought of you:)
How do you mentally check in someone?
Some basic guidelines are: Reiterate that you care; share your concern, but not judgment; do not diminish your friend’s problems; let them know your ideas for finding more help and support. Think about these “next step” questions: How can I help? I care about you.
How do I tell my friend I have anxiety?
Try these suggestions:
- Remind your friend to take slow, deep breaths and breathe with them.
- Ask them to count backwards slowly from 100.
- Help them to get comfortable (have them sit or lie down).
- Ask them to name five things they can see, hear, smell or feel.
What does it mean to check with someone?
: to talk with (someone) in order to report or find out new information I have to go to a meeting now, but I’ll check in with you later.
What does it mean when someone is checking up on you?
/tʃek/ to find out what someone is doing in order to make certain that the person is behaving correctly or legally: Dad is always checking up on me to make sure I’m doing my homework. 5
What does it mean to check up on someone?
(check up on someone) to find out information about someone, especially secretly.