Does money make you happy Watch

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Does money really make you happy. What everyone think?
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Yes, unfortunately you need it to buy stuff, do I need that stuff? Yes I do.
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I thought it said monkey. Money and monkeys both make me happy. Money more. Why U donating some?
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I haven’t worked in 3 months, today was my first day back. I haven’t received my money yet but knowing that I am just makes me sooooo happy. It means I can enjoy life because life costs money. It’s as simple as that
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It helps, it allows you to feel like you can have certain freedoms, people say it isnt important but it truly is.
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One thing is for sure: a lack of money does make you unhappy.

I read that money makes people happy up to a certain amount. Like people who make 150k a year generally aren't happier than people who make 110k. But they are happier than people who make 35k.
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Yes because without money you can't buy games and no games= no happiness
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it definitely helps
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Money is freedom

It might not buy you love or friends or cure a mental illness but it can certainly make life easier to live.

Pays for a roof over your head, your bills, your food and everything else you need to live in comfort therefore you have less to stress about. Less stress = happier mind.
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To an extent.

I'm not sure what the research says. But I suppose I'd say that if you were struggling financially, then that would negatively affect happiness. But once you're comfortable, I'm not sure if it really makes much difference.
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it doesn't buy happiness but it definitely makes you happier than not having money

not having money truly sucks. and causes a lot of pain and headache.
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No.

It buys you optionality and freedom, not happiness.

Happiness is fleeting, better to be fulfilled and content than to be happy all the time.

There's a limit on the income curve where extra money yields diminishing returns.

I'd say, money increases your quality of life (of which you may consider happiness to be a part of) drastically up on til a point.

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no not happiness. no one is happy. i'm not saying that to be negative, it's just that no one is happy. lol

but money gives you security and that's a different and better feeling imho. one less thing to worry about. then you can spend your time being unhappy with other things.
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It gives you a better class of sadness - or a better class of happiness depending on circumstances. It's no good alternative to imagination but, with money, your imagination can more easily become a form of reality of it.
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Yes. You don't need to be rich but you certainly need some to live a happy and fulfilling life.
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No, I don't think it does. A lack if money can contribute to unhappiness by proxy, if you can't afford to live, but excessive wealth isn't s cause of happiness in itself.

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