Materialistic - Materialistic Need Do you value your...

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Materialistic Need Do you value your belongings more than you value friends, family, love, or yourself? I believe that materialism has become a way of life in today’s society. Materialism has been defined as the theory that physical well-being and worldly possessions provide the greatest good and highest value in life. We look to our possessions to bring us happiness. We then use these possessions to make things and people behave or respond the way we desire. We have become so successful at fabricating and manipulating the world that we have come to believe that altering our surroundings is the way to solve all of our problems. Everywhere we look, there are dozens of newspapers, magazines, and television and radio shows supporting the belief that happiness can be rendered by money and possessions. Advertisers try to convince us that their product will make them so much happier or that their product will complete our life and bring us fulfillment. They often draw in the consumers with a catchy commercial that contains a celebrity or model
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