Feeling Poor Doesn’t Stop Once You Make Money

By Eric Ravenscraft

From the day I got my first job as a cart pusher at Walmart, I spent years living from one paycheck to the next. I hovered around the poverty line, hoping that I would last until next month’s rent. At the time it felt normal. It wasn’t until after I started making more money that I realized the psychological scars that living the poor life left on me.

Source:: Lifehacker