He’s Upset His Parents Give His Brother $150,000 A Year To Fund His Art Career In Addition To A Trust Fund

LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS - - illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

This 30-year-old guy is the middle sibling in his family, and he has two brothers: one older and one younger.

His parents are incredibly successful, and growing up, they really encouraged him and his brothers to be the same way.

His dad was constantly gone for work, and his mom worked a part-time job, though she took a 10-year hiatus to care for his youngest brother.

His parents constantly made more money as their childhood years wore on, and they did make sure to share the wealth.

“Our parents generously bought us each our first car, and the change in quality is apparent over just the time passed from each of us hitting age 16,” he explained.

“My oldest brother and I got used Saturn and GM SUVs. When I was a senior in high school, our parents sold their business for a ludicrous amount of money, I don’t know the exact amount but probably in the range of $30 million.”

“Our youngest brother was quickly moved to the most expensive private high school in the area, and his first car was a brand new, fully loaded Mercedes.”

As he and his older brother went through high school, which was public, by the way, his mom and dad pressured them greatly to make sure they picked high-paying careers to support their future families.

His parents bashed their ideal jobs and pushed them to pick things that would make them more money in the long run.

LIGHTFIELD STUDIOS – – illustrative purposes only, not the actual person

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