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Fight Shopping Addiction

  • Stop trying to rationalize credit purchases, getting rid of all the credit cards and switching to cash only. Not even the checkbook or debit card has to be kept handy.
  • Track down every dollar spent, analysing your spending patterns.
  • Understand your mind and the need to shop, training yourself to stop, just like getting over a smoking addiction.
  • Ensure that the temptation areas, like Amazon, or shopping malls, are not easy to access or visit.
  • Remind yourself of your future goals.
  • Ask for help from a close friend, or even professional counselling.

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Shopping Addiction

Compulsive shopping is when chronic, repetitive buying habits have serious consequences and become a disorder, similar to drug addiction. Conscious spending is one of ways we can overcome this emotional need to buy stuff.

An inability to handle money effectively a...

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Overspenders

People do not even know that they are addicted to shopping and are unable to understand the problem.

Their confused relationship with money is looked upon by them as a symptom of the other problems of their lives. Many victims feel lost and are unable to control themselves out of the addi...

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Warning Signs Of Shopping Addiction

  • Shopping due to being angry, sad or disappointed.
  • Shopping being the reason for problems or chaos.
  • Having arguments with others regarding spending habits.
  • Not leaving home without the credit card.
  • Buying on credit what cannot be bought by cash.
  • T...

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9 Questions Before Buying Something

Before buying anything, ask yourself:

  1. Is the stuff usable now or will it just get stacked along other unopened stuff?
  2. Does it already exist in my cupboard?
  3. Is there a place to put this at home?
  4. Is paying cash worth for this?

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