On Compassion and Being Helpful
When we were raising our four children, my wife became regional director for La Leche League International. Her goal was helping mothers succeed with breastfeeding. A doctor friend of ours and I spoke on the advantages of Husband Coached Childbirth. We also stressed the importance of the father supporting the nursing mothers. On compassion and being helpful: In 1997, with the death of our youngest son, Rob, we became members and (eventually) leaders of our local Chapter of The Compassionate Friends, helping parents who have experienced the death of a child.
Now that we are hearing impaired, we belong to ALOHA (Adult Loss of Hearing Association) a support group dedicated to helping people better understand what they can do to help themselves as they move into a world of silence.
On compassion and being helpful
The operative word throughout our lives has been helping.
I am impressed with Men’s Liberty’s video presentations of helpful issues. The company is sincere in their compassion. And why should they not be? Wendy speaks from the heart… Not once have I felt like she was “pushing” their product just to improve sales. That is what I meant when I said (some months ago) that if I helped one person, it would be worth it. The staff is dedicated to helping men have an easier life with their incontinence. How many women do you know who speak openly and frankly about helping men understand the problems with incontinence?
When I received my first set of Men’s Liberty External Catheters, I was not inclined to discuss them with anyone, not even my wife. However, I wrote to members of the company with questions. The staff of Men’s Liberty, from Customer Care Representative Tony, to Wendy, to Sarah have all been prompt in responding to my concerns. They are truly dedicated to helping their clients.
That’s what this corporate family is all about: helping us stay healthy by continually providing up-to-date information on current issues. For me, it started out by switching from absorbents to external catheters. Most recently, it is Wendy’s one hundredth video blog: Sneaky Causes of Urinary Tract Infections. Some of the information might surprise you.
As Wendy says: “Stay healthy.”