Most of Us Are Living Through Relentless Financial Trauma

 It’s going to cost $6,000.

We face relentless financial trauma.

It feels like we shouldn’t be talking about this.

  • Home repairs
  • Car repairs
  • Emergencies
  • Staggering rent

Almost nobody gets ahead anymore.

I’m lucky.

  • Utilities: $200
  • Car: $500
  • Gas:$200
  • Insurance: $200
  • Childcare: $1,000
  • Food: $800 for a family of four.

We don’t make enough to live.

Hold your breath.

We get nothing but bad advice.

All around the world, people are enduring immense financial trauma while the world’s billionaires brag about record profits to their shareholders, adding enormous sums to their fortunes. None of them will ever be able to spend that money in a dozen lifetimes. It just sits there.

  • Stop going to Starbucks
  • Eat out less
  • Buy a used car

Let’s stop feeling guilty for being broke.

Here’s something I’ve noticed:

Let’s talk about it.

The world’s wealthiest people are hoarding trillions in secret funds. They’re getting rich by working people to death, cheating on their taxes, and destroying the future for us all. I don’t call that a healthy relationship with money. I call it a deeply dysfunctional one.

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