impulse buying

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impulse buying

n
the buying of retail merchandise prompted by a whim on seeing the product displayed
impulse buyer n
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impulse buying

nimpulsives or spontanes Kaufen; an impulse buy or purchaseein Impulsivkauf m
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Meanwhile, Sarah and Quinn's mother develops a financially disastrous shopping addiction. When Sarah asks Quinn to come to India, Quinn knows that it's time to deal with her guilt and seek answers about Marcus's death.
He takes a look at her browser history and quickly becomes convinced that she is feeding her shopping addiction again.
This online shopping addiction has cultivated a thriving business for online shopping and delivery services.
I believe that shopping addiction is not taken as a serious issue as compared to other illnesses.
This corroborates with the study done among Singaporean college students which also reported a significantly higher prevalence in females as compared to males and attributed it to shopping addiction among them.22With the advent of new online shopping websites, IA is becoming more prevalent amongst females and hence this needs to be explored further.
S2R helps people with all mental health issues, as well as those battling and recovering from addictions such as alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling and even shopping addiction. The organisation runs regular workshops, outdoor projects and sessions to support carers.
She's the latest member of the Loose Women team and this week I felt for Holby City's Chizzy Akudolu as she broke down about her food and shopping addiction.
While she was here, she went into my private office area, took an article I had printed on shopping addiction (which didn't pertain to me) and something I'd written in my notebook about her.
They plan to purchase from their brand of choice and put money aside to pay for it." Still, Mrad cautions, "There is a thin line between healthy and non-healthy addictions." For this reason, she is researching on a new project on how brand addiction can help people pull themselves out of similar, though negative, dependencies, such as shopping addiction. As for what her research can teach marketing students, Mrad points to the techniques successful brands use to create the type of loyalty that drives brand addiction.
Clifford, who was on PS26,000 a year, explained that she had developed a shopping addiction, and spent night after night buying items on TV shopping channels and online sites.
Of course, since shopping addiction is not recognized in the DSM, this problem occurring in isolation cannot be treated under insurance billing.
A BIRMINGHAM carer who stole from two elderly people to pay debts racked up by her shopping addiction has escaped going to jail.