Hi, it’s Patrik Hutzel from intensivecarehotline.com with another quick tip for families in intensive care.
Did you know that the change in the health status of a family member is in the top ten of the worst ten stress factors in life?
Now, imagine the change of the health status in a family member doesn’t even remotely relate to having a loved one in intensive care.
The change in the health status of a family member could be anything from a flu, to a mental illness, you know, it doesn’t even remotely talk about critical illness. So therefore the question inevitably arises, how do you cope if you have a loved one in intensive care!
Now, I’m really glad you’ve asked because I wrote an article exactly about that how to cope when you have a loved one in intensive care, and it’s a real life skill that you need to learn if you have a loved one in intensive care!
So go and have a look at the article and video below about how to cope when you have a loved one in intensive care and I’ll talk to you in a few days.