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How Grief Works : Life After Loss

Few things in life are certain. We will all age. We will all experience anger, joy, hunger and thirst at one point or another. And of course, we will all pass away. Your loved ones are included. When death cannot be avoided, we must prepare to deal with it as best we can. Once this

Should We Fear Death? Yes & No”

A healthy dose of mortal fear can be highly motivational. Scores of psychiatrists assert this, but is it correct? Is there evidence for this philosophical conundrum?  A common belief is that rationality is the antithesis of emotion, yet fear can be both rational and emotional. If a tornado is spotted heading towards someone’s home, no

How Much Coverage Do I need?

The calculator gives the maximum coverage recommended. However, if you cannot afford How much should you spend on groceries? Should you upgrade your family car to a newer model? Am I paying too much for electricity? When you consider how many things in your life need planning, it becomes apparent that life insurance is no

How to Build Resilience in our Children

It’s not the size of the dog in the fight, it’s the size of the fight in the dog. Our country was built on resilient perseverance and our culture reflects it. That said, instilling these traits in our children really sets them up for a life of success and prosperity. Understanding resilience is the first

Dogs as Pets; The Pros and Cons!

Warning, cuteness overload ahead! It should come as no surprise that people love dogs. They actually provide humans with many health benefits. To be fair, we’ve put together the cons, as well. “Cons??” You might ask. Yes, what some might see as a part of life with a dog, others consider deal-breaking drawbacks. But it’s

Dominate Your Finances: Tips & Strategies

Is this generation financially stable? Most of us graduated college and hoped for the best. For some people, things went great while others could definitely have used some guidance.