'You never know what's going to happen'

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“After three months of therapy, my self-confidence was returning and I felt able to perform in concerts again.”
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“After three months of therapy, my self-confidence was returning and I felt able to perform in concerts again.”

After being signed off work due to stress, Diana Lee has received more than just financial support from her income protection policy

Diana Lee, while director of music for a music school, took out income protection after her financial adviser told her, "You never know what's going to happen in life that affects your ability to earn." After encountering work-related stress, she visited a doctor. "I was aware that I was suffering from stress," said Diana. "I ignored all the warning signs. I was mentally saturated and I was unable to take the necessary step back." Despite being signed off for two weeks and prescribed medication,...

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