DON’T SHOP OVER!
Nowadays, some of people are suffering from a disease
is called COMPULSIVE BUYING. It is a psychological disorder too.
Why do you buy many items and you don’t need all of them?
It is a horrible desire at the same time. Many divorces, separations or chronic diseases happened because of this sick desire.
Compulsive buying is an uncontrollable desire to shop which results in spending large amounts of time and money on the activity. Generally, a person who buys compulsively gets the urge to shop in response to negative emotions (not to be confused with occasional “retail therapy”) and often has problems with relationships and finances as a result of their shopping behaviour.
HOW TO KNOW YOU ARE SUFFERRING FROM COMPULSIVE BUYING.
- If you have money left in my paycheck, you have to spend it.
- Other people would judge you, if they know how much you spend.
- You buy things that you can’t afford.
- You ‘ve overdrawn your bank account buying things that you didn’t need.
- You buy things make you feel better.
- You are anxious on days that you don’t go shopping.
- You pay the bare minimum on your credit card(s) but keep charging items.
If you have some of the above, you should seek help.