No point in blaming a woman for spending too much money on rags.
No point in blaming a womanfor spending too much money on rags.
Most likely, the woman has long blamed herself. As found by British sociologists, eight out of ten women feel remorse after shopping. They feel guilty about spending hours choosing and buying new clothes, shoes, or accessories for themselves.
Three-quarters of the fairer sex begin to feel remorse in the stores themselves, sometimes even before they have paid for the purchase. But all this mental suffering does not stop any of the women from acquiring the thing they like.
Nine out of ten women persistently try to justify the need for these purchases, and only 10% prefer to simply hide receipts from loved ones. The study interviewed three thousand women aged 17 to 50 years. It turned out that one in three women now feel more guilty about their passion for shopping than before the onset of the financial crisis.
Half of women have cut personal spending because of the crisis, and 7%, on the contrary, today spend even more to somehow cheer themselves up. And indeed - sales of designer bags for the last "crisis" year soared.
By the way, men behave more responsibly. During the same year, sales of expensive watches, which the stronger sex loves so much, fell sharply.