Dec 08
Compulsive Spending and the Holidays
What is compulsive spending and how do you know if you have an issue? Joining us today to talk through that and more is author and founder of The Shulman Center for Compulsive Theft, Spending & Hoarding, Terry Shulman.

Compulsive spenders and shopaholics are on the spectrum of addictive processes and Terry is the perfect expert to help us understand these disorders. A lawyer by profession, Terry has a history that served as the catalyst to the work he does in the world today and his unique and detailed knowledge in this field has taken him from The Oprah Show to Entertainment Tonight to CNBC and Anderson Cooper, and now he's joining host Christine on CoSozo Radio!

Compulsive spending can have devastating effects on both the individual and their loved ones. Particularly at this time of year with the media focus on material things and extra stressors, these types of behaviors can wreak havoc.  Listen in today for the signs that will help you determine if this is an issue for you as well as the resources that can you help you begin the path toward recovery.

For more information about Terry and The Shulman Center, please visit www.theshulmancenter.com and there are various resources and websites for each of the related disorders, for instance, please visit www.shopaholicsanonymous.org if compulsive spending is an issue for you.  Terry can also be reached at (248) 358-8508 or by email terrenceshulman@theshulmancenter.com.

Terry will be at Motor City Java Cafe in Redford, Michigan on Saturday 12/8/12 from 6:30-7:30 PM. And be sure to check the CoSozo calendar of events for his 2013 workshops and more.

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