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Tips for Coping with Grief During the Holidays

November 18, 2021

The holiday season can be a very challenging time after the death of someone you love. It is often a time when feelings of grief and loss are intensified.  Below are three tips that can be helpful as you cope with grief during the holiday season and other special occasions: Plan ahead. It’s good to… Read More

Finding Community in the Midst of Grief

August 30, 2021

Marge Radle never envisioned this day would come so soon, much less in the middle of a global pandemic. But here she was, March 23, 2020, saying her final goodbye to Bob, her beloved husband of 58 years. For several years, Bob had battled Alzheimer’s, and when he became seriously ill from complications related to… Read More

Breathing Through Grief

June 11, 2021

One thing people are most often surprised to hear is that grief can cause physical symptoms. It’s not uncommon in grief to have physical aches and pains, fatigue, or experience changes in appetite and sleep due to grief. Research has shown that deep breathing exercises can reduce stress, anxiety and improve our overall health. In addition,… Read More

Community Healthcare of Texas Launches LGBTQIA+ Grief Support Group

March 4, 2021

FORT WORTH, TX, March 4, 2021 As part of an ongoing commitment to meet the needs of patients and families, Community Healthcare of Texas, the state’s largest not-for-profit hospice provider, now offers a new grief support group designed for bereaved friends and family in the LGBTQIA+ community. “Our bereavement groups have long been a welcoming… Read More