rich kids of instagram

Research has found that privileged kids are, as a whole, more self-centered, depressed, and self-destructive. They're more narcissistic, but struggle to develop a sense of self. And yet, they excel, often quite notably, in academics, sports, and other pursuits. So what we have is a generation of paradox: Bright, talented, increasingly troubled children.
E!'s hit series "Rich Kids of Beverly Hills" returned last week with a handful of changes. A new cast member with a last name I'm sure you'll recognize, longer episodes and from what I hear, a lot of drama.
They put the “money” in money shot and definitely don’t hold back showcasing the high life and luxury they wake up to every day.
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While shoppers stampeded for deals... Workers, like those at this Ohio Walmart, resorted to food drives for their own employees
Of course, he's not the only one in the family, who likes to show off on Instagram: Well, it's called "Keeping Up With The
"Rich Kids Of Beverly Hills" is being billed as "'Clueless' with a modern makeover," which hopefully means the eight-episode
One of your photos shows you releasing $4,000 tied to balloons into the air. Did this actually happen? Did you retrieve the
As absurd as it might sound to many, it's not easy being a rich kid. Their parents tend to have high expectations. They think their money is their most notable quality. And so they learn to use it -- to buy affection, or friends.
This kitty craze was inspired by Tumblr blog "Rich Kids of Instagram," which (now infamously) documents some of the wealthiest