The Problem with Money | Psychology Today

The problem with a society that puts a premium on money is that, whether it means to or not, it diminishes our desire to participate in those very relationships to sustain us.
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Money can become an imposter that tricks people into believing it is a reward for hard work, isolation, acting in other unhealthy ways.

Some call a lack of money poverty and an abundance capitalism.

Most see that money is important but cannot agree on the term.

At best it acts as a currency and at worst it is a mistake.

All most anyone may find it more helpful to control oneself than to try to over work to earn more money.

A complex problem that may benefit from more inquiries and study.

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