Overcome Your Shopping Addiction By Stephen Howe Review

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

Cover of Overcome Your Shopping Accidtion by Stephen Howe.Overcome Your Shopping Addiction : The Guide To Beating Your Addiction And Ending The Shopping Addiction Cycle is a pretty neat little book.

It isn’t very long and is easy to read but it packs quite a bit of information in those pages.

I wanted to read it in case it might help me stop buying so much online. I’m  quite relieved to find out that I am NOT a shopping addict! However I do have some of the bad habits that can lead to problems.

It is certainly much easier to solve a problem if you start working on it before it gets to be a HUGE problem.

If you are already addicted to shopping the steps listed in this book can help you get control of it.

One thing I really liked about this book is that it explains some of the things can help cause this particular addiction. Such as living in a culture that believes “retail therapy” is just fine.

If you happen to come from a background where “keeping up with the Jones” is important that can also make it easier to fall into an addiction to shopping.

The information is divided into several chapters including :

Understanding the Retail Therapy Culture

Identifying the Symptoms of Extreme Shopping Addiction

Coming to Terms with your Shopping Triggers

Sporting a Proactive Demeanor to Combat your Shopaholic Tendencies

Leading a Healthy and Sustainable Lifestyle

That makes it easy to go back and find specific information.

This would be a good book for anyone who is concerned about their shopping habits…addicted or not.

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. I have a friend who may be a shopping addict. I should have this book sent to her… of course, I’m sure the first step is admitting you have a problem! I’m not sure she is there yet.

    1. Well…maybe having the book sent to her might give her the hint she needs!

      You do have to admit to having a problem before you can fix it for sure.

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