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Life Assurance Policy

6 Responses

  1. rgonaut says:

    I can assure you, you will find time flies at an ever increasing rate, and putting things off till tomorrow, will mean more and more, putting them off forever.

  2. maria5125 says:

    You are so right about this, I used to be a planner too, and my divorce taught me that no matter how much I plan there is no garantee. So I’m living much more in the now than I used to. Why worry about something that might never happen, that only makes you go through the pain of it twice. I’m glad I’m in my 30s learning this! I hope you and Brock can follow your dreams now!

  3. semirenegade says:

    Never much of a planner while married, becoming at peace with change is now my new plan, post-divorce.

  1. November 25, 2014

    […] Of course it’s not possible to limit marital risk in such a way. Perhaps instead of insurance, we would be better served by developing our own life assurance policies.  […]

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