What's Love got to do with Life Insurance?
So, what’s love got to do with life insurance? Lots…when you stop and think about it. If you look at some of the actual definitions of love you begin to see how life insurance meets love. Love is defined as a profoundly tender, passionate affection for someone else, or think of it as a feeling of deep connection, a warm personal affection. We can’t always control or understand when it happens, why it’s happened, we only know that it has. What happens to your loved one matters to us on a deeply emotional level. We celebrate their life, their successes, their joys, their failures, and their pain as though they were our own. They aren’t just in our life, they are our life. We are there for them no matter what life brings along. In some circumstances we can just love without a care but not so in all cases. Love carries responsibility.
The relationships between a parent and child or between spouses serve as great examples of those times when we want to do more than just love without a care. We want to provide for them financially and protect them against what can sometimes be the harsh realities of life. That’s where life insurance meets love. What happens if you aren’t able to be there to do the loving, providing and protecting? Having life insurance allows you to give them one last parting gift, financial security and yes, some protection against life’s harsher realities. It also gives you peace of mind so you can go on enjoying every pivotal moment while you are still together.
Since none of us knows just when we may be gone, it’s important to plan and take care of this important detail now, while you can. If you don’t know how to get started, just give us a call at 1-800-651-1953 and let’s talk about the loves of your life and we can go from there. We want to help you start creating your own living act of love.
About the author: Michele Cleary has been in the business for over 35 years and holds a CLTC designation. She believes that life insurance can give you and your family peace of mind, especially when you have other things to worry about. Michele now has 4 grown children and knows that proper planning is essential. You can reach her at 1-800-651-1953 or MCleary@Pivot.com.