This study was designed to disprove all usual speculations that children growing up in wealthy households usually have the much easier lives than those of children growing up in middle-class and lower-class households. Just as the study stated that nobody has really paid much attention to studying the high-class because it was assumed they were much like the middle-class, only hypothetically better, I also assumed that children growing up in a better financial situation had it better.
[...] When I considered all this, it was easy to see why children of this social class were more likely to do drugs and drink alcohol considering all the stress and unhappiness they experience at a young age. These children are also wealthier and, thus, can invest more on drugs than, say, a middle- class child. Personally, I can say I grew up in a middle-class household among a middle- class society. However, I have visited my friend who lives in a community that seems high-class. [...]
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