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After posting on Facebook over some time I have come to the conclusion that money posts do not attract attention like sex posts. What this tells me is we as a society are more comfortable talking about our sex life with friends and even total strangers then we are talking to these same people about our finances.
When did money become more taboo than sex? Was money always taboo and sex has maybe just become the norm first? This frustrates me like nothing else. As a society we complain about the cost of goods, dislike the wealthy and have a mindset of poverty. The big question is why does money remain so taboo?
Following are my thoughts on this matter and the four reasons I believe society does not talk with others about it. So many have guilt for the debts they have. Why is there so much guilt wrapped up around money and who has made us feel this way? I know for me I have guilt when I spend money on myself, always questioning if I really needed what I just bought.
We all work very hard for our money and yet when we spend it we feel guilty about it. This feeling may come from the fact that we lose our money in replacement for whatever it is we bought. The lack and scarcity then leads us down the path of poverty thinking, we will never have enough money.
Should others make more than us we may feel inferior. What may be good enough for one may not be the same desire for another? This one can be a biggie. No one wants to be the bragger but is this taken out of context? Instead of feeling the guilt, inferiority, envy, and bragging step back and look at it from another angle.