There are always ways in which you can improve your heart health and during the month of February you can learn all about what you can do to make healthier changes to your lifestyle to improve your heart health. Fact Check* 1 person dies every 36 seconds in the U.S. from cardiovascular disease. Heart disease…Read More about February is American Hearth Health Month!
Did you know that every three and a half minutes someone in the United States will die from lung cancer, accounting for about one 1 in 4 cancer deaths?* In an effort to raise awareness about lung cancer and prevention it is important to understand what you can do to protect your lungs and maintain…Read More about November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month!
Did you know that besides skin cancer, breast cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer among American women? In 2020, about 30% of newly diagnosed cancers in women will be breast cancer.* Although breast cancer is not completely preventable there are some things you should be mindful of to help lower your risk of being…Read More about Ways to Help Reduce Your Chance of Breast Cancer
Think about some of life’s biggest moments. When you purchase a new home, you update your home owners insurance. When you buy a new car, you will update your car insurance. When you start a new job, you must update your tax information. The same applies when life changes occur and it is time to…Read More about Have You Reviewed Your Insurance Policy Lately?
When you think of summertime you think of picnics, flip flops, lemonade stands, no school, playing outside and summer camp, just to name of few. This summer, with social distancing recommendations keeping families at home, finding ways to keep the kids occupied is easier said than done. If you are looking for great “out-of-the-box” ways…Read More about FUN and Free Tips For How to Enjoy Family Fun Month!
Spread awareness about the potential health issues all men face throughout their lifetime. 12.1 percent of men 18 years and over are in fair or poor health.* This is why it is so important to dedicate a time to raise awareness regarding men’s health. Some of the reasons why adult men have fair/poor health are…Read More about June is Men’s Health Awareness Month!
By David Sussman, CEO PFP | The Family Security Plan® This is NOT The Twilight Zone. We have been thrust into the wild world of the Webex™ meeting movement. A world where one corporate officer may say to another, “Terry, meet me in my room!”…Terry responds, “Gladly!” and no one violated a single HR policy. It…Read More about The Wacky, Wild, Wonderful World Of Webex™
By David Sussman, CEO PFP | The Family Security Plan® In the middle of our personal story, “life” happens. It’s messy, unpredictable and tough. Since we already knew life is not all rainbows and butterflies, we appreciate those moments when things are calm, beautiful and predictable. In short, drama knocks us around, derails our plans…Read More about DRAMA! How Do You Handle it?
David Sussman, CEO, PFP | The Family Security Plan® It would be incredibly insensitive and simply ridiculous to point towards a positive outcome as a result of a worldwide pandemic without acknowledging the devastation of life and livelihood. The entire planet has been ripped from its former path. We are left praying every day for…Read More about Real Communication: The unimaginably positive impact from shutting America down.
“They may forget your name, but they will never forget how you made them feel.” -Maya Angelou May is the month we celebrate our healthcare workers and it has always been a celebration close to our hearts here at PFP | The Family Security Plan®. This year, we invite you to say thank you to…Read More about We Love Healthcare Workers!
By: David Sussman, CEO PFP | The Family Security Plan® I’m a magician… If I told you this blog was about insurance, everyone would disappear. Vwallah!! But here is the toughest part of the ‘act’. With the following words, everyone would stay right where they are, and finish reading this blog post… “You have a…Read More about If you had a Crystal Ball…