Everyone has their own pathway to healing, and getting help from all kinds of sources can aid you in finding your own way. If you’re trying to stop over shopping, keep in mind that just because something worked for a friend or a blogger you like, it’s not guaranteed to help you. But it may be something to try, or spark an idea that really does work for you. It might be something as simple as making a list. A “love to do (instead of shopping)” list may help you stay focused and motivate you to direct your energies to the things you truly love instead of letting shopping get in the way.
Read the entire article here: My Way of Dealing with Shopping Addiction
Carrie Rattle is a Principal at BehavioralCents.com, a website for women focused on mind and money behaviors. She has worked in the financial services industry for 20+ years and hopes to inspire women to better prepare themselves for financial independence.