Do you have a life insurance policy on your significant other? Baby Daddy? Baby Mama?

Would you consider getting one and why?


I am Zeb's wife. Shabre, Zeb Jr., Ashleigh, and Jayla's mother! I am a God fearing woman! I am Ruby's daughter! I AM PERFECTLY FLAWED!

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  1. First of all, I have to tell you how I found you and why I checked out your blog. You commented just after me on Tikeetha’s post today on women. I looked at the title of your blog and it was instant like! You see I suffer from OCD and, of course, perfectionism. My doctor told me a story about the Persian rug makers. They would weave in a flaw (that only they knew about) because perfectionism was an affront to their God. So, my project was to insert a flaw into things I did. I handled the computer in our church tech booth and would do something on one or more of the song slides. It was okay at first and I thought it was helping…until I realized I was looking for the perfect flaw – I became more obsessed than ever. So I now just try not to fix a flaw or mistake I made and accept it. I think it is working. So, of course, your “Perfectly Flawed Ruby” caught my attention.

    After that long explanation, to answer your question. No, I do not have an insurance policy on my husband and he doesn’t have one on me. We were approached once and were considering going with them until they refused to put a policy on me because of my bipolar, even though it has been manageable for over 10 years! We should get them and wills as well! Good question by the way.

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    1. Nice to meet you! Thanks for checking me out. My blog title is two fold. It is dedicated to my mother whom I try to live my life after and for do long, I felt that I had to be the perfect wife, mother, sister, friend…everything someone needed and then I found myself! Its ok to be flawed, that is what makes you unique! I think we all are bipolar! You just are diagnosed. I will check out your blog. We both have insurance on the job and I wanted and needed more because our jobs may not last long and needed something extra. You guys need to check into something, I am guessing they denied you because of possible suicidal tendencies and erratic behavior.

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  2. You should have life insurance on the other parent – even if they don’t work outside the home, because if they die, you have to replace their contribution with child care. It might not need to be a HUGE policy, but the funeral can cost $10k plus and I don’t know about you, but I don’t have quite that much under my mattress….

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