What causes some solidly middle, upper middle, and upper class young adults with opportunities
at their feet to be consistently underachieving or not achieving, meandering through life, even regressing to a lower socioeconomic class?
Drugs and parties are a big part of it. I have seen wealthy areas where all the teens live in huge houses on acres of land. Drugs, sex and parties becomes a culture. Some can still excel while participating in all of that, but others become lazy, stay high all the time, and just stop caring. Since their mom and dad are wealthy, they ride it out. Some parents have so much love for them that they never put them out. Even to the point of giving them riches and expensive cars. They have the attitude, " it's still my kid". As long as I'm here, I will provide for them. They even leave them millions of dollars.
by Grace Marguerite Williams 2 years ago
Why middle, upper middle, and upper class children will be more successful in life than children whocome from lower middle to lower socioeconomic backgrounds? It has been substantiated repeatedly that children from socioeconomic affluent backgrounds are the ONES who will be HIGHLY...
by Grace Marguerite Williams 3 years ago
What are the 9 ways that middle, upper middle, and/or upper class,successful parents can motivate avery intelligent yet unmotivated young adult who really doesn't have a foreseeable goal, haven't any desire to do anything significant with his/her life, or better yet just meander aimlessly...
by Elayne 7 years ago
I was born in farm country (raising sheep, chickens and crops) and raised in lower middle class (father was a mechanic and then an uncertified accountant). Now that I am married, we are middle class citizens - upper middle class (my husband is professor in a university. I guess education made the...
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