July 28—Creating strong communication practices within your family is an important component of legacy planning, and even more important during challenging times. You may be asking: Why is family communication imperative to family resiliency and what can be done to improve your family’s communication process? Family Legacy Coordinator Libby Turner shares some insights on why many families fail to communicate, and some best practices to help you build trust and open channels of discussion within your own family.

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