Well, it is a popular belief that money can’t buy love and happiness, but is that really true? isn’t it better to cry in a Range Rover rather than on a bicycle? If you love travelling the world, of course you need money and yes, traveling would make you happy. Why do you even earn if you can’t find happiness with its help? True happiness does come from personal relationships and situations, but research also shows that people who have lower incomes are more vulnerable to depression and suicide.
Here is how money can buy happiness:
A 2012 study revealed that people with poverty had more health problems and depression as well. At least when people have enough saving to treat their problems, they might not stress a lot about it.
Education is affordable.
all want to get our self the best education and the top universities
have higher fee structure and it can’t be afforded by everyone. When you
go to these universities, it is easier for you to get jobs and have
better talent to earn good income. This would make you happy, isn't it?
You don’t have financial stress.
Be it taking a loan, or paying attention to expenditure so that you are able to pay all your bills, you might not have to stress a lot about it. Your mind is free of similar tensions and you could spend money experiencing something amazing in life, which might cost you a lot.
You can move on better.
When you have a break up, you can easily pack your bags and go for travel, instead of hovering over the gigantic loss you feel in your life. There, you might even find someone new or experience something fresh. Thus, when we talk about stressful situations in life, they are easier dealt with when we got money.
You can easily spend money on others.
It always feels good to spend money on your loved ones as it is a way of showing you care. Nothing gives you more happiness than making others happy and yes, it is a materialistic world, and people do become happy when you buy gifts for them, right? Studies have also suggested that people generally feel happier when they spend money on others, rather than spending on themselves.
You might never be lonely.
This is not a guarantee that you would have a hot 23 year old wife when you are 60, but you have seen that happening, right? Jokes apart, studies have said that poverty leads to poor social connections as you tend to go out less and stay at the same place more. This would not help in meeting new people in everyday life and chances are, you might be the one who has no friends if you are poor.
Buy what you like.
when we are broke, we tend to not buy things that we adore because we
cannot afford the price. "Oh i already bought this thing so i have to
wait for next month to buy this other one", that pretty sad isn't it?.
But, when we have enough money, we can buy anything, whenever we want.
We all know that materialistic things only give happiness for a few
moments, but as soon as you have acquired that thing, you stop having
gratitude for it. That is how human is made. Alright?
Hanging out more often.
you got stomach issues, you don’t need to stay at home and can go out
to have a lovely meal at an amazing restaurant as many times as you
want. For some people, that’s happiness. Dining out at nicest places and
being able to afford business class tickets while traveling! You can
meet new people, make new friends and have a great social life. Well,
forget about making personal connections if you are snobbish but if
you’re not, you might have a great life.