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Addicted to Shopping and Other Issues Women Have with Money

eBook

Born to shop. A woman's place is in

the mall. We laugh at the stereotype of woman shoppers, but the reality is

that millions of women struggle with handling money. With compassion and

understanding, Karen O'Connor helps women evaluate their spending habits

through questions that include:

  • Does spending money make you feel better?

  • Do you shop when you're under stress?

  • Do you dread having your money–handling habits exposed?

From excessive shopping to penny–pinching, from splurging to

refusing to buy necessities, Karen explores the reasons behind the misuse of

money. Then, drawing on her experiences and biblical insights, she reveals practical

strategies readers can use to develop a healthy view of money and regain control of their spending.


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Publisher: Harvest House Publishers, Inc.

Kindle Book

  • Release date: March 7, 2012

PDF eBook

  • ISBN: 9780736934466
  • File size: 11207 KB
  • Release date: March 7, 2012

Formats

Kindle Book
PDF eBook

Languages

English

Born to shop. A woman's place is in

the mall. We laugh at the stereotype of woman shoppers, but the reality is

that millions of women struggle with handling money. With compassion and

understanding, Karen O'Connor helps women evaluate their spending habits

through questions that include:

  • Does spending money make you feel better?

  • Do you shop when you're under stress?

  • Do you dread having your money–handling habits exposed?

From excessive shopping to penny–pinching, from splurging to

refusing to buy necessities, Karen explores the reasons behind the misuse of

money. Then, drawing on her experiences and biblical insights, she reveals practical

strategies readers can use to develop a healthy view of money and regain control of their spending.


Expand title description text