Most know that we as a broadcast company help out a lot of charities most of them local but all of them work directly with the people who need the services. While the holiday season is not really the time of year that people want to talk about loved ones and friend who have past away but this is a good time to talk about the emotions around grief and how we can help remember those who have past one with becoming depressed. Leading us to what Surrey Hospice and other groups like them do to help us.
I recently went to a dove release. The purpose of the event is to help us the living people left behind to remember without the depression. The pain of missing that person may never disappear but the joy of telling the stories of the things you did together will increase. The idea of events like this is to share the memories in a loving way. That is the beauty of what hospice care can do for those of us who live on. People teaching us how to remember in fond ways. Bring up the memories of the fun times and the time that you overcame. Telling others how a now-dead loved one gave you the drive to do great things. A friend Karen never let me lose sight of the people my broadcast will help. Yes, she is missed every day but remembering the debates of over what fuels our community and the pitfalls of letting others do all of our research are great fueling moments to be remembered.
Surrey Hospice Director Rebecca Smith opened an event with the joke ” We are not going to get out of this alive.” It is the simplest and scariest of truths We will not get out of living alive but we should not stop living until we die.