Rich People Might Actually Be Clueless When It Comes to Others

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Boy, oh boy, peer-reviewed psychological research is getting lit lately. There is a lot of study in the area of how being wealthy can affect the way that you treat other people.

For example, a former installment of this same series covered a study which demonstrated that being rich in money can also mean being poor in both empathy and scruples.  » Read more

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PQ 10.7 — Are my rules equally binding on everyone they affect, or do they create a double standard?

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PQ 10.7 — Are my rules equally binding on everyone they affect, or do they create a double standard?

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While everyone is going to have different needs, when creating a relationship agreement, it’s important not to place restrictions on others that you wouldn’t want placed on yourself.  » Read more

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