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How to emotionally and financially deal with a partners death

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The death, divorce and chronic illness of a loved one is often one of the most stressful events that we will ever encounter.

CPA Bob Martin and Psychotherapist Mary Jo Rapini talk about how to help deal with the financial and emotional impact for those left behind.

 

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    Love is a verb, and when love is put into action it becomes romance. Romance is fun and exciting, so why don't we do it more? Why is it one of the first things we quit doing after marriage? Why is it one of the things couples complain about the lack of most? Romance allows us to escape.
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