Dec 20, 2018 by David Yeomans
The holidays can be difficult times for people who have lost loved ones, family, and friends. For some, the loss is related to family and friends who have moved away. As we age, the number of people we know who pass away increases as well. For many seniors, those people often include a spouse or significant other. While these losses are always difficult, the holiday season seems to have a way of bringing back memories, which can bring grief back to the surface.
Spending the holidays without loved ones, or even alone, can be challenging at best. It is not impossible, though. Comfort Keepers’ companion care has a few suggestions on coping with loss during the holidays.
Coping with loss is always hard and the holidays can make it even more difficult. Yet, you do not have to go through it alone. Comfort Keepers’ companion care providers are there to walk through these challenging times with you.
For more information about coping with loss or the many ways that companion care can make a difference in your elder years and help improve your overall quality of life, contact a Comfort Keepers’ care coordinator today.
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