The old and proven adage says ‘money can’t buy everything and it certainly can’t buy happiness’. You and I symbolize a happy life with wealth, fortune, and success; however, the fact is that huge success is akin to a row of dominoes where one small blow can make the entire row of dominoes fall.
Research and study suggest that authority and power of domination make a person more vulnerable and increases the risk of anxiety, stress, and depression. No one is ever immune to such maladies. There have been so many cases of highly powerful and successful people falling into depression, including the former American President Abraham Lincoln, Buzz Aldrin who had set his foot on the moon from Apollo 11 mission, etc. The creamy and successful people are more prone to depression than the average people.
A study reveals that super-successful people have many strings attached and are likely to get pulled by any string and fall into the abyss of depression. Here are six reasons to understand why the super-successful tend to get depressed: