Life Insurance Can Spontaneously Cause Happiness and Smiles

Life Insurance

March 20th is the United Nation’s International Day of Happiness. It’s a day meant to be full of smiles. Did you know that smiling can be very therapeutic? Not only can it help increase our overall wellbeing but the more we smile every day, the longer we may actually live. There have been a multitude of studies done that prove out this theory. In fact Charles Darwin developed the Facial Feedback Response Theory. It suggests that the act of smiling actually makes us feel better rather than smiling because we are happy and feeling good about something. Either way, smiling is just a good thing to do. Smiling is also universally understood across all nations and all cultures making it the easiest way to connect with others.

Life itself gives us lots of reasons for happy moments that bring on smiles, like graduations, weddings, having babies, buying a home, raising families, and just simply being alive. Seems to me, an International Day of Happiness is also a perfect day to think about that life insurance purchase. What better way to bring a smile to your loved ones, knowing you care and have ensured they are financially secure. Having life insurance to protect them in your absence should make you smile too!!

It’s not just a matter of thinking about making a life insurance purchase; it’s a matter of doing something about it to reap the real happiness rewards. That’s where the PivotCare team comes in. We are all about bringing happiness, smiles and security to you and your loved ones. In fact, nothing makes us smile more than helping you secure your loved one’s financial future. With our broad base of knowledge and experience, we can do a lot to help you achieve your goals when it comes to life insurance. Let us help you smile even more. Smile

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