You Can’t Predict The Future

What will tomorrow bring?  Will this be a good year?  What do the next five years look like?  These are questions many of us ask ourselves each day. If you knew what the future had in store would you live your life differently?  Maybe you would spend more time with your family, pick up a new…

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Who does your heart beat for?

If you were asked “who does your heart beat for” what would your answer be? Your child? Your spouse? Your parents? Love is so more than a simple emotion. It’s all the little things you do each and every day for your loved ones: The care you take making your child’s lunch in the morning…

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What Are You Thankful For?

During the holiday season, it’s very easy to get wrapped up in the hustle and bustle all around. Whether it’s making sure you have the perfect gift for your favorite aunt or getting all the fixings for the big holiday meal, it’s easy to forget to be thankful for what you already have. This year, we…

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We are thankful for…

Last year, PFP | The Family Security Plan® asked our employees what they believe in. We were touched by their responses and posted them in a blog called We Believe in…from The FSP Community. That blog quickly became our most popular post! Throughout the year, we kept coming back to those “We Believes” and noticed…

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How can you take a stand with PFP | The Family Security Plan®?

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month giving us, PFP | The Family Security Plan® a unique opportunity to spread our message: PFP | The Family Security Plan® Stands to Protect You! PFP | The Family Security Plan® is unlike most brands that send a similar message during October. Why? Because we help our policyholders stand up to…

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Will you stand up to breast cancer?

Breast cancer. Those two little words can hold tremendous power. They can invoke feelings of fear, dread, sadness and, surprisingly, inspiration. My grandmother, “Nana,” was diagnosed with breast cancer in 1984 at the age of 56, about a year before I was born. She was in remission for 7 years before the cancer came back. Despite…

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Be the Best “You” You Can Be!

  Never underestimate the value of a good quote. Eleanor Roosevelt once said, “No one can make you feel inferior with your consent.” Although I have heard it dozens of times, it always seems to ring truer when I’m feeling particularly pessimistic. A few years ago, I felt I was at my lowest point. The…

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