We would like to invite you to our upcoming virtual Gift of Preparedness Conversation Circle via Zoom at 6pm EST on Wednesday, March 23, 2022.

If the pandemic has taught us anything, it’s that the unexpected happens. Although we don’t have control over the what, when, and where of these curve balls, we do have control over how we respond to them—and how we prepare for them.

Life’s curve balls are typically things that people don’t like to talk about, death being one of them. However, death is inevitable, and therefore important to prepare for. Being prepared does not mean expecting that something bad or fatal is going to happen, but rather being ready if it does. During our conversation circle, we will explore not only how we feel about this topic, but also how we can leave our loved ones the most precious gift of all—the gift of preparedness.

Conversation Circles provide an opportunity for us all to come together and have authentic discussions about important topics. These are guided group conversations where participants are encouraged to share their experiences, insights, questions, and more, in a safe space. The ultimate goal of the circle is to learn from both each other and from ourselves. The program is appropriate for couples, as well as, individuals.


“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future.” –John F. Kennedy


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