Dating a rich girl vice

But being rich does not automatically say SUCCESS to others, or VICTORY, or any other valuable or admirable quality of mind. Still, some people manage it—some without even trying!

My mother used to tell me when I was very young and impressionable that “it’s just as easy to marry someone who is rich.” Plainly, that is not correct. Like anything else worth doing, however, a steadfast effort is more likely to lead to success.

The odds of marrying a rich person are much better (if you go about it properly) than that of winning a lottery.

And yet patients rarely ask me what they need to do to marry someone who is rich.

You can eat as much ice cream as you could ever want, different flavors one after the other.

You could buy all those things they advertise in like fur coats and jewelry.

People who want to marry someone really rich (or who want to win the lottery) want what they want without having to make a real effort to get it. (Not the people who buy lottery tickets.) Also, I think that deep down, they may not be truly optimistic about the advantages of being really, really rich. I've seen (by watching friends who did this) that there are quite a few benefits.

They have fantasies of how much better life would be for them if only they were rich.

Wouldn’t marrying a rich person be like winning the lottery?

It is a matter of personality, being joyful, for instance.

Besides, if you are sort-of ugly now, it doesn’t mean you are doomed to be ugly forever. I also recommend attending fund-raisers for charitable causes.

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