This page is about the conversational phrase come on
You can say this if you're comforting someone who's sad or afraid.
- "I really loved him, Mum."
"Come on, love. You'll find another boyfriend. You'll see."
- "I'm scared, Daddy."
"Come on, sweetie. It's only a storm. It'll be over soon."
"Come on" has many meanings. For some, it's said loudly or impatiently, but in this case it's always said softly and gently.
My son was sad after losing his dog, so I said, "Come on," and
Contributor: Matt Errey