Do you worry about your kids having health care coverage when they're older?
I am more concerned about my son growing up, hopefully going to college than finishing and finding a job that will pay him enough to live and pay back the loans.
Hopefully by time he is past age 26, health care will be available for everyone.
I worry about that now.
I haven't really thought about it. I'm more concerned about getting them through school and college without becoming parents before they are ready.
I worry about them growing up in a socialist society. But in many respects, that's already happening. :(
No, we teach our children by example.
Currently we have health care coverage, but we haven't always. Thus, we explain to our children about staying healthy and being safe- and that if they have a medical issue, we will take care of them. It might cost a lot to fix them, but that is what great health care costs- money. We've had bills that have taken a LONG time to pay off, but since we used the services, we expect to pay them. We've never been denied care- and we've made arrangements to make monthly payments... even if it was just the $17 minimum we had arranged.
I'm more worried about the negativity of the world bringing my children down.
I just want them to grow up to be happy and healthy.
Right now, I am not worried about health insurance, and I hope that doesn't become a problem for us.
That's not really a big concern of mine right now, no.
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