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In my nearly one-half century in the insurance and estate planning business, the stages of grief are ever-present when dealing with the loss of loved ones. Shock, denial, anger, bargaining, depression, testing and acceptance do not always follow in that order, but they are part of the so-called “grief” process. Anger may be the toughest stage of all. With what the world has gone through with the Coronavirus, anger is perfectly understandable because it is there for a legitimate reason. Frustrations boil over and anger can take over. What you could end up with is an extra letter to the word: danger! I ...

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