Sounding like some of the stuff I was saying last year about simplifying our lives, psychologist Oliver James’ new book diagnoses a “disease” called affluenza. Symptoms include the need to have more and more, even though so little of what we buy makes us happy, and a fixation on received ideals of beauty and other media inspired shallowness.

The Telegraph has published parts of the book. Part 1, Part 2

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