I know that gambling and things like that are associated with bipolar but I wonder something. I don't gamble but still spend money I don't have. If I go to Wal-Mart for milk, I think "hey I'd really like some expensive shampoo, bodywash,maybe some new air freshener, perfume, candles, snacks I don't need (the house is stocked)." I walk out of Wal-Mart spending at least 20 or 30 dollars more than I ever intended. I am in deep credit card debt (at lease 20,000) and some of them have closed my account but still demand payment b/c my income isn't enough to justify the debt, so they closed them and I had no say once they heard my household income. They only want 10% of income to go towards credit card debt or something like that. I go in phases, one time it will be make-up, another will be cleaning supplies and another will be just meaningless crap I don't even need. I'm not a packrat, I throw things out all the time. But why is it I can't go to the store and JUST get milk????? The most I've spent was around $200.00 on stuff that my hubby doesn't know about.Is this a BP thing???
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