All of these things and more can affect them on a personal level It is common

All of these things and more can affect them on a

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personal information that could later be used against them. All of these things and more can affect them on a personal level. It is common for the wealthy to feel like they lack a sense of purpose or can be completely consumed by money. The lacking purpose can often feel depressed and have no drive while the ones consumed by money generally have very limited relationships with their family and friends. In summation the wealthy are bombarded with issues that most of us never even stopped to consider. Theophilou 4
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Some say wealth is only a perspective of the mind, but I would like to assure you while perspective is a factor both wealth and poverty are very much a real thing that can mold you and your life. Above I have laid out for you the many unconsidered factors that play into the lives of the wealthy and the poor. Each can fall victim to their environment and are susceptible to not only financial and social factors but personal ones as well. Both classes being human are they really that much different? Is one better off than the other? I will leave these questions for you to decide.
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Citations “Penny Golightly Poverty Mindset.” Money-Saving Tips and Bargains. Who Cares If We're Broke, Let's Have Fun Anyway. , 13 Mar. 2015, - mindset/detail-of-a-banknote-puzzle-4/. “The Pros and Cons of a Poverty Mindset.” Money-Saving Tips and Bargains. Who Cares If We're Broke, Let's Have Fun Anyway. , 13 Mar. 2015, - mindset/ . Zhang, Maggie. “12 Surprising Downsides Of Getting Rich.” Business Insider , Business Insider, 24 June 2014, . I had some issues understanding how I was supposed to cite information in the text but I added my citations here. I accidentally bought the wrong LB book and have another one in being shipped to my house. Hopefully I will understand how to cite correctly soon.
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