A materialistic person is someone who has a preoccupation with the owning of material possessions, especially luxury goods and wealth. But the problem starts when we Value material possessions more than life itself.
According to Dr Helgo Schomer, having a bigger car and a beautiful house doesn’t make you a better person or better than anybody. You take your good and bad everywhere you go with you, it doesn’t matter how wealthy you are.
If you grew up in family where there is constant scarcity, it will fascinate you if have the resources to buy and surround yourself with material things. We need to consider where and how the person grew up— Dr Helgo Schomer, resident psychologist
Material things can distract the quality of life— Dr Helgo Schomer, resident psychologist
Here are some of the twitter responses to the topic:
@RediTlhabi and it has nothing to do with what we wear! It is showing women the power and control men feel they hold over us!— CoachingPowerhouse (@Time2Coach) July 14, 2015
@RediTlhabi Regardless of your possessions: "wherever you go, there YOU are." You take your being, your very fabric everywhere with you.— YolandéMT (@Yolande_MT) July 14, 2015
Listen to the full conversation on The Redi Tlhabi Show: