Spending money, in theory, should be a source of satisfaction.
Basically because if you spend it, it is because you have money to spend, right?
This story is not as simple as it seems. They are, for example, compulsive spenders And they have a really bad time when they can’t pay the bills.
Or those who have had a life of deprivation and when they have the possibility of spending, they restrict themselves to even the most basic things for fear – consciously or unconsciously – of falling into poverty again.
Others are eaten by their own greed and prefer to take their money to the grave.
The list of reasons associated with fear of spending money is very long.
But when this behavior begins to interfere with the normal development of life, it is likely to be an uncommon condition called chromethophobia.
Chromethophobia is the extreme fear of spending money.
The concept has a rather informal use, since it is not a medically recognized mental disorder by the World Health Organization (WHO) in its International Classification of Diseases (ICD).
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