It sounds as though you are overwhelmed with life itself.<quoted text>
I am or rather was till a few years ago very competitive in an academic sense and topped my class in school and later at the IIT but then things fell apart with the death of both my parents and then all the mess I landed into due to a certain person.
My parents were very wealthy and the money is very well invested.
Yeah, I work in the sense that I frequently oversee/discuss the health of the investments with my CAs and other financial advisers.
Having money should not be a burden but a blessing, don't you agree?
Michael Bloomberg is worth over $30 billion and has several business and still
managed to be an effective mayor of New York City for 12 years. And is very active
in the gun control arena.
Bill Gates is worth more than double that amount and still serves on boards and is active in his foundation, busy giving his money away.
So you never put any of your education to use?
If your money is well and properly invested, it should be on "autopilot" with only minor rebalancing perhaps quarterly at the most. As long as it's throwing off sufficient income for you to live on.
What's a CA? Here we have CPAs and financial advisors and of course attorneys.