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rescued mentality. This is so obvious in that there are people who are on welfare multigenerationally. Even though the American socioeconomic climate is more precarious, there is still myriad opportunities to improve oneself socioeconomically if one wishes to do so. Let us discuss this. There are people who pull themselves up by their bootstraps while there are others who are passive, dependent, and want OTHERS to take them away from their impoverished situation.
Unfortunately, far too many people were brought up in conditions where there seems little hope of making a useful life, or something to aspire to. They seem to think they lack something (absolutely untrue!), and perhaps feel sorry for themselves more often than not. Or they're jealous of those who have achieved some measure of success. They don't realize these more successful people put some hard work and effort into it..they weren't born into it, nor were they 'entitled'. What these poor people lack is ambition..a passion for something. Some people might say, they're just lazy, but that's just a cop-out. They just haven't been given the right opportunities to find out what they're really good at.
You can be poor but still be happy, it's all about your perceptions. You need to look beyond your circumstances, plus adopt a positive attitude, and a determination to break out of your situation. Find your passion and go for it. Learn, learn, learn.
While I think governments are important, primarily for national defense, security and protection, I do have some great concerns about government involvement deeper into lives of citizens. I know that not everyone may be American here, but, unfortunately, I do think many people are becoming TOO reliant on the government. Politicians know this, and think many of them prefer it. When you can make someone "reliant" on you, you can more easily control them.
by Laura Schneider12 months ago
Why do so many people feel "entitled" and "deserving" these days?This seems especially apparent in younger people and children.
by noturningback5 years ago
Why are there so many rude responses to Hubs in the Religion and Philosophy topics?When we disagree, must we be rude and condescending?
by Clive Williams2 years ago
I'd like a feed back on my hub...blah blah blah blah. Why so many people on hubpages wants feedback?Is this a way of garnering traffic from hubbers or what?
by SparklingJewel6 years ago
if you don't understand one of the main concepts that is driving the many people calling for the resurgence of a Constitutional government and as awakened citizenry,(even OWS is, they just don't know it)then read this...
by Grace Marguerite Williams5 years ago
There are people who deride the well earned success of other people. They maintain that those who are highly sucessful were born in highly lucky and advantageous circumstances. They further...
by Grace Marguerite Williams4 months ago
Why are so many people from large families so defensive & go into attack mode when othersrightfully decry the former's abysmal socioeconomic & familial conditions of living on top of each other, constant...
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