‘I thought buying things would make me feel better. It didn’t’: the rise of emotional spending | Curio

‘I thought buying things would make me feel better. It didn’t’: the rise of emotional spending

15 mins | Feb 17, 2021

Living for the buzz of the doorbell can become extremely addictive. The pandemic has prompted a frenzy of online shopping and if you feel your spending has recently spiralled out of control, it's important to know you are not alone and there is something that can be done about it. In the Guardian, Sirin Kale provides helpful ways to recognise and control emotional spending.

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From The Guardian