By: David Sussman CEO, PFP | The Family Security Plan® All too often, life is cut short in a tragic way that leaves us questioning things. How do you deal with that? What do you do now? My son Max was devastated following the tragedy suffered in California as Kobe Bryant perished at the age…Read More about Tragedy: What are you going to do now?
During Healthcare Workers Week we asked our policy holders to tell us what led them to a career in healthcare. For some, it was seeing a loved one in need, for others it was simply a calling. Here are some of their responses: The ability to help people. It was probably a calling. When I…Read More about What Led You to the Healthcare Field?
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…Read More about Will you stand up to breast cancer?
We’ve all heard it. Millennials are always on social media and using technology. As a millennial, I’ve always balked at this statement, thinking this doesn’t apply to me. I barely use social media. However, the more I thought about it, I realized it was true. While the statement has a negative connotation, social media and…Read More about "Millennials are always on social media and using technology" . . I proudly agree!
Pedro is part of a growing community of families who make it through one of life’s toughest challenges (surviving a critical illness). These families learn too much about things that happen to “everyone else”. They work tirelessly at finding ways to save our loved ones. And when someone we know and love walks into a…Read More about “Time and Choices” What Every Survivor Needs