Forgiveness is a big life changer that many don’t see until it’s too late. Healing from your past is important for your mental health and making those amends with your loved ones.
Learn more about why forgiveness at the end-of-life experience is important to have.
People don’t necessarily need to have religious belief or background in order to forgive those who have hurt you. Forgiveness is one of the hardest things people face throughput their lifetime.
Forgiveness actually helps the body stay healthy as you’re not holding in these feelings and grudges.
A lot of studies have proven that forgiveness can decrease anxiety, depression, high blood pressure, self-esteem, improves immune system and mental health.
A lot of hospice patients have many resentments from their past and sometimes refuse to see someone who have hurt them in the past.
This is totally understandable as us humans have feelings that can never be forgotten! But those feelings can definitely be forgiven!
Offering forgiveness to someone who is dying is important. It will set both people free from guilt and other feelings.
There have been cases in which people don’t forgive a family member or loved one and pass away and later regret it as that person is gone now. Living with that forever and not being able to speak tot that person ever again is devastating.
It is important to forgive before it’s too late. People in hospice care already face a lot of overwhelming issues as it is and don’t need another extra thing creeping on them during the end-of-life process.
Have all your feelings set aside and reconciling with loved ones is what it’s all about!
For any questions regarding hospice care, feel free to reach to us at your preferred time.
SAHARA HOSPICE CARE
140 Eldridge Rd Suite B 1, Sugar Land, TX 77478