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What Are the Risk Factors for Complicated Grief?

Grief is a normal response to loss. And for most people, while grieving is a difficult process, they can eventually accept loss, adjust to a new reality, and then move forward. However, some experience what is called complicated grief where their feelings of loss do not go away or even get worse. Complicated grief often … Continue reading

How to Deal With Grief After a Loved One’s Death

Death is inevitable. That’s why hospice care in San Antonio, Texas work their best to give a terminally ill person as comfortable a life as can be guaranteed in their last years on Earth. In short, we help them pass on as happily as we could make them. However, it is a different story for … Continue reading

Understanding the Grieving Process

Grieving is not a one-time event that just passes. Grieving comes through different phases at different speeds for each individual. Grieving can be similarly painful but at the same time different for each person. Understanding grieving is the first step to help our loved ones and ourselves get into the healing stage. The more we … Continue reading

How to Deal With an Angry Patient

Anger is a common emotion. When our loved ones are angry, managing the situation can be frustrating. It is easy to return anger with anger. Unfortunately, this is not the best option. There are many reasons why your loved one is angry – especially when they are seriously ill. They must receive excellent hospice care … Continue reading

The Roles of Volunteers in Hospice Care

Some people see volunteering as an essential part of their lives. Supporting their community and making a difference in people’s lives, especially to people in hospice care and their family members as well. At Four Seasons Hospice, a trusted home health care in San Antonio Texas, we give you an insight into the roles of volunteers in … Continue reading

Making Someone’s Winter of Life More Peaceful

The main goal of our hospice care in San Antonio, Texas is to make the process of passing on peaceful, pain-free, and easy. Coming to the end of your journey can be a difficult and emotional time for everyone in the family, this is why we offer personalized care services that not only aim to … Continue reading