A new leather jacket, a modern flatscreen TV, a fancy car – spontaneous, ill-advised purchases are not uncommon with ADHD. Quite the contrary, we know today that a true shopping addiction can be a possible consequence of ADHD. This sometimes has a significant impact, not only on your financial situation, but also on your family and relationships.
If you have a tendency to make impulse purchases, you may be able to stop doing so with a few simple measures. You'll find out how this works in this slide show.
Important: If you feel you may be a shopaholic, psychotherapy can also be an option to seek help.