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When it Rains it Pours – The G&E Show

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When it Rains it Pours

When it rains…it pours. This old adage means bad things come all at once. Is it true? Do bad things come in waves?

Here are 3 questions you and your partner need to ask in order to deal with this concept:

#1 What are the possible things that could happen to you in a negative way?

Why consider the negative? It forces you to consider the bad. What are possible negative outcomes you might face in life? This gets you preparing for the worst.

#2 Figure out the cost of these negative things?

What would be the money, time, and resources to get through it? This gets more into specific preparation.

#3 What would you need to sustain yourself through the famine?

How long would this potential setback be? This fully gets you ready for the potential negative.

Couples that prepare together get stronger together! Ask yourself these questions so you can protect yourself when bad things happen.

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