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  • Don’t shop when hungry — and other ways to curb impulse buys this holiday

    Today - 12/21/2015

    Channel gratitude. To curb an impulse to buy something, David DeSteno, professor of psychology at Northeastern University, advises that you not obsess over products you want. Instead, focus on being grateful for what you already have. His research says that gratitude helps take the edge off.

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