- February 14, 2006 at 12:00 am #10998
Why is it that kids out of wealth seem to idolize the kids who have wealth? Why is it that kids who don’t really have money never realize the dark side of parent(s) never being around or at anything for their children becuse of money? Why is it that kids out of wealth will never understand?
User Detail :Name : Alison, Gender : F, Sexual Orientation : Straight, Race : White/Caucasian, Religion : Lutheran, Age : 19, City : Fargo, State : ND Country : United States, Education level : High School Diploma, Social class : Upper class, December 13, 2008 at 12:00 am #20738
First of all, there are negligent and uncaring parents in all classes, just as there are loving, available parents in all classes. It’s true that money can’t compensate for a neglegent parent, but it can relieve you from a lot of chronic stress that poor kids face every day. I’m not a kid, but as a very low income adult, I can tell you that wealth gives people many more options – not just bling and nice clothes, but the ability to live in safer areas and afford better health care. When you can afford a newer car, you don’t have the constant stress of an old car owner who’s always worried what will need to be repaired next. When you can pay your bills, at least rent, utilities & food without a problem, you have the luxury of not worrying about these issues which plague some of
User Detail :Name : ShirleyAvery, Gender : F, Disability : none, Race : White/Caucasian, Religion : Jewish, Age : 52, City : st. louis, State : MO Country : United States, Occupation : writer, Education level : 4 Years of College, Social class : Middle class, December 13, 2008 at 12:00 am #20749
From Gossip Girl to the late Dirty, Sexy Money and any number of lame reality shows about dating, marrying or becoming millionaires, kids are bombarded with the message that being rich is glamorous and not being rich makes you a loser. Based on the lousy economy though more studios are looking to reinvent blue collar and working class vehicles of the sort that used to reign on TV (Roseanne, All In The Family, etc.). So maybe we’ll start to see a new realization that most of us aren’t wealthy, will never be rich and should work harder on being good, creative and kind people rather than the monied cardboard cut outs we see on television.
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