Do you overspend or buy things that you don't need when you are worried, "feel down" or depressed?
Do you over spend or buy things that you don't need when you are worried, "feeling down in the dumps" or depressed?
Used to. Luckily I found another outlet on my Kindle. There are a lot of e-books on Amazon that cost nothing to buy if you're willing to be open minded. I've bought quite a few for research and others for pleasure. Since I don't pay a cent on them, I don't feel cheated if they aren't that great. Plus, I save money and still get to do my compulsive book shopping once in a while.
No, I'm eater! Bread products in particular. (donuts, pizza, pancakes, cake...etc)
I used to but seemed to outgrow it or overcome it. I take more pleasure in putting the money away. I do tend to overeat when depressed or upset.
by Appletreedeals 7 years ago
Primarily related to Amazon affiliate cookie for items placed in the shopping cart.Question:When you shop AND BUY things online do you ever leave items in your shopping cart and come back to complete the sale more than 24 hrs later?OrDo you complete your transaction after you have put whatever you...
by H P Roychoudhury 7 years ago
Is it not better to buy things for baby after a good look instead of online?
by deergha 5 years ago
But i have to show that I am all fine and happy in front of my son and hubby. Its frustrating. Have you ever felt like this and then what one needs to do? It is hard to smile when actually i don even feel like reacting.
by Helen Murphy Howell 6 years ago
I'm actually just having a moan here. I'm right in the middle of decorating the whole upper part of the house. I know it's going to look great when it's finished. But boy I've had a really hard time coping with the upheaval this time. Normally I just focus on what the house will look like once it's...
by Thomas@theone 6 years ago
do you buy things off ebay?
by urs_dipak 8 years ago
What you do when you feel depressed?
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