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I remember this time. Clearly. Vividly. I would get this feeling. In my gut. It would be almost like a tingling sensation in my hand. The sensation, the want to spend some money and to bring home something that I didn't really need.
I also remember the times when I would see something. In a magazine, in a store display, or in an advertisement, and I would not be able to get it out of my head. It got so bad that it would even haunt my dreams.
Does it sound like your life story to you?
Well then you have come to the right place. Having struggled with a compulsive shopping problem for years, one day I decided enough was enough. I was running out of space, my finances were low, and it was more trouble than it was worth. I took the decision and I pulled through. However, the journey had not been easy.
Realizing that, I decided to put together this book to help out my fellows who are struggling out there. Having suffered personally, this book is a very up close and personal account of how to enforce a spending ban so that you can achieve some peace of mind. I have included all the tips, tricks, and shortcuts that I found helpful, and I am sure that you will find them helpful as well.
If you are sick, tired, and frustrated of your impulse purchases and want to stop right now, then get this book and take your first step toward a life of healing, happiness, and prosperity.
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- H. Kantz
Very Good and Useful
I loved it because I am struggling with Shopping Addiction, and I really did enjoy the narration!
- Rashida Holmes
I enjoyed hearing the author's perspective on ways in which she practices saving. I do agree with her statement about how consumer marketing plays on our insecurities but I wouldn't necessarily agree that her method would work for me entirely because I do need to spend in moderation in order to award myself for my hard work. I don't like feeling like I am only working to spend my money on the necessities in life. I think some of her ideas would definitely be useful to me though.