I got myself into this problem.
I really like Hello Kitty and my boyfriend doesn’t. WEll he’s supportive of my ‘addiction’ as long as I learn how to control it and not get a room full of hello kitty things. Well I decide I am only going to get one shelf full, when the shelf is full I am done for good. I started buying on ebay and ever since i can’t stop buying!!! Well I am not in debt or anything and I spend the money that I have. My boyfriend even bought me some things with his money. Anyway I’ve spent at least 500 euros in one month and now i have about 150 euros left. Well my boyfriend is getting annoyed, saying that he knows i like this stuff, but i really need to learn how to save and not spend every sent that I have. He is supporting me financially because I am currently unemployed ( I will get a job soon and things will be much better). He complains how he has to spend his money on things for us such as food, going out ect and whenever my parents send me money I spend it all on Hello Kitty.
I understand his point and I promised him last night that I won’t buy any more for a LONG time, thats more realistic than never buy hello kitty again.
However this morning, I was searching through ebay because I was bored and I ended up spending 80 euros of my 150. I am so scared now because I had promised my boyfriend last night that I won’t buy anymore for a while. I couldn’t help it, the stuff I bought was soooo cute and well worth it, it was a bargain. But to my boyfriend, he doesn’t care that its cute and cheap, he cares about the total. Sigh I am scared to face him later..sorry for rambling I just am so nervous. I know its my money that i spent and not his, but i feel so guilty =/
Any suggestions on how to stop this spontaneous urge to buy something? Again I am not in debt or anything like the shopaholics but i feel so guilty..
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