Nick Parissis: Encouraging men to talk about grief. A police officer’s personal experience with the death of his father and son.

Oct 8, 2020 | Hope Talk

Encouraging MEN to talk about grief. Men do not often open up about emotions in general. In this episode the topic of loss, death and grief is raw and unedited.

Hope Talk with Rosa welcomes Nick Parissis; A police officer’s personal experience with death of a Father and Son. Watch and listen how each death has affected one man’s growth in each emotion. Nick is an active member of our force that dedicates his time to our youth and children.

He is a remarkable man who is a part of The Royal Children’s Hospital of Melbourne in multiple ways: you name it, he among the first to step forward in the Good Friday Appeal and the Christmas toy gifts each year.

He has been recognized for his community work and so much more.
It is okay to talk about loss, death and grief. You are not alone, even when you feel lonely.

Raw, unedited aspects of life conversation. You will hear my voice squeal and even hit a low pitch. All guests share real life happenings. ‘Hope Talk with Rosa’ is about us. I aspire to inspire you. I also like to encourage others to inspire the community.

To keep the flow of uncomfortable conversations moving. I advocate for stories of birth, loss and the grieving process. They are not always welcomed topics of conversation. As a writer and publisher, I divulge in the creative expression of the spoken word and transform life experiences into literature.