‘Shopaholic’ disorder?

Got a question here: Is being a ‘shopaholic’ a disorder? Or is it fine?

Being a shopaholic is being a person who can’t stop shopping. When you see something you want, you get a strong urge to buy it. And you usually do.

The quality or morality of your goods doesn’t influence your ‘shop-a-holic rating’. They reflect your personality and morale, that’s all. What influences your rating are:
1. Whether or not you listen to your shop! impulse.
2. How often you shop, how much you spend and its relativity to your monthly family income
3. Do you keep a record of what you buy? Expenditure record?
4. Are you often obsessed with products you don’t need (but obviously want?)

Sorry…really drowsy over here, and it’s only 1 a.m. Please give me some ideas. Your help would be highly appreciated. 🙂


Author: Jessica Y

Economics student at the University of Cambridge. Aspiring data scientist.

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