I've actually been in that situation - even if I didn't have to much money. In fact, I barely have enough money to send my kids to regular school. I'd have to send them to home school and write for a living. Aside from that, I'm also a businessman. I don't have to much money, but I do know what happens when people think that you do.
Suddenly finding yourself with lots of money, when all your life, you don't have it can be a dangerous thing. Take for instance the case of William Bud Post. He won $16.2 million in 1988.
It was a surreal case where everybody around him just seemed to want to get a piece of his money. His girlfriend sued him to get a share of the dough, his brother tried to have him killed, a whole host of people engaged him to finance their doomed restaurant business and in the end he was forced to live on food stamps and lived a sad loney life.
If you find yourself in this situation, then you have to much money in your hands.
I will not lie to you, a lot of people want to get your money. Some of them for good reasons, others just for their own selfish reasons.
I'm sure everybody could explain to you in very compelling ways why they want your money. Some of them might even say things that would break your heart. While others would even go as far as showing you pictures of their loved ones who are in unfortunate circumstances. I've been there - and the only difference between you and me is that I actually didn't have the money.
The key to your problem is this - people know that you have to much money. That's why they want to get it. So, the solution is simple. Live a life that will not show that you have to much money. In fact, you should live a comfortable life but appear like a pauper. Simple clothes, simple house and simple living that nobody will notice it. The only problem is when they still see through all that. Keep your job. Learn to keep it a secret.
Even if someone comes to you and begs you for money, just say your sorry you don't have any. If you really want to help someone out in a jam, do it in secret. Always remember to do good things in secret. Never let it be known that it was you who did the good deed.
I'm sure that you'll feel better if you do good deeds out in the open. People will love you, you'll have more friends, and your dream person just might show up in your front door - all because they'll ask you for money in the end.
Do that and you lose authenticity in the end. The only way for people to genuinely act like they do is for you to remain as you were.
Many of you will disregard my advice because they want to experience what it's like to be rich. Trust me, you'll know and you won't like it.