Posted: Oct 09, 2018 2:39 pm
by Keep It Real
Keep It Real wrote:I can't quite believe I changed back to this old avatar a few days ago lolz

Just met with my crown court liaison and we discussed the circumstances and details of what happened/is happening. She said she knows both the judges and would be "EXTREMELY surprised" and "no way, not on my watch" at my concerns I might go to prison. I'm so fucking relieved - not that I'm counting my chickens just yet but I estimate a dozen, at least :) :) :)

Back on topic - wealth psychotherapists. Many people don't actually like being mega ultra rich these days!

“I shifted toward it naturally,” he said of his becoming an expert in wealth therapy. “We are trained to have empathy, no judgment and so many of the uber wealthy – the 1% of the 1% – they feel that their problems are really not problems. But they are. A lot of therapists do not give enough weight to their issues.”

And as they stroll through Manhattan, what issues are America’s 1% struggling with? There is guilt over being rich in the first place, he said. There is the feeling that they have to hide the fact that they are rich. And then there is the isolation – being in the 1%, it turns out, can be lonely. It seems F Scott Fitzgerald was right, the very rich “are different from you and me”.