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Hi Ladies!!

I am a psychotherapist for women (exclusively) looking for women to share their stories about their relationship with... you guessed it... shopping.

How do you feel when you walk into a store? Do you hide your purchases? Do you lose track of your debts/budgets when you shop? Please share as much or as little as you like!

I work with many clients who are self-proclaimed compulsive shoppers. Usually compulsive behaviours are a result of learned emotional patterns. It is very common to have a distorted relationship with spending, and there is help available.

Please share your stories here, and feel free to check out my blog:

www.torontopsychotherapist.blogspot.com

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