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Less Connection, Loneliness May Be Cost of Striving for Financial Success

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With apologies to the Beatles, new research confirms what the group fabulously articulated over 50 years ago – money cannot buy love.

A new study reviewed the observation that individuals who base their self-worth on their financial success often feel lonely in everyday life.

Researchers from University at Buffalo and Harvard Business School wanted to learn why this link exists. “When people base their self-worth on financial success, they experience feelings of pressure and a lack of autonomy, which are associated with negative social outcomes,” said Dr.

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