People are always more unhappy to losing something, than they were happy about getting it in the first place. There is a word for this: Loss aversion -http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Loss_aversion
If I gave you a beautiful car to drive around for a year, and then showed up and took it away, would you be grateful for the free ride? No. You would be pissed off because I took it back. That’s human nature.
So, never take anything away.
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