oniomania

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oniomania

an excessive desire to buy articles of all kinds.
See also: Manias
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oniomanie

o·ni·o·ma·ni·a

n. oniomanía, psicosis de urgencia de gastar dinero.
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Using secret cameras and surveillance technology, Morland Sanders follows people whose spending habits are spiralling out of control, investigating companies gaining from rising debt levels and asking whether more could be done to help families kick the spending addiction.
But she is still paying the price for her spending addiction, with almost daily visits from debt collectors.
Now the question is what are we going to do about the biggest problem confronting our country and our future, and that's our spending addiction.
Now the question is what are we going to do about the biggest problem confronting our country and that's our spending addiction, ABC reported Sunday.
Dewhurst concluded his statement by citing Texas' job growth, saying he would use his "proven Texas conservative values and experience to fight Obama's spending addiction.
2, delivered loudly and clearly in most parts of the country, was that taxpayers are sick to death of Washington's spending addiction.
You may have spending addiction if you buy things to feel better, to compensate for something missing in your life or to make yourself feel loved and cared for.
Spendaholics experts Mark Hopkins and Benjamin Fry concentrate their collective powers on getting Colin to kick his spending addiction
Lisa has Asperger's syndrome, a form of autism, which triggered a spending addiction.
WASHINGTON -- Today Citizens Against Government Waste (CAGW) and Americans for Prosperity Foundation (AFP Foundation) announce the co-release of a national ad campaign drawing attention to the country's spending addiction and the dangers of the national debt.
However, if you do believe you have a more deep-rooted problem and you may actually have a spending addiction, then you need to seek the right help.