Stock Exchange Envelope Syndrome (PSE)

Stock Exchange Envelope Syndrome (PSE)

A dictionary meaning of envy is “a feeling of discontent and resentment aroused by and in conjunction with desire for the possessions or qualities of another.” People have feelings of envy for many reasons. A new emerging form of envy is what I call Stock Exchange Envelope Syndrome (PSE). PES has taken on different facets for different people and taken on various meanings over the last several years. PES has been a male dominated syndrome, though few will admit to it. Men are fascinated with women’s purses from the time they are boys. As boys they pull at their mom’s purses for attention and sometimes search through the bags searching for the goodies she has stored inside. As they get older, they do the same process with their girlfriends and then their wives. They not only are fascinated with what she carries in her bag, but often ask for her to carry their items in the bag!

Men are not the only ones with PES. Women can have it too! In fact, they are even worse than men! Women dream of wearing designer handbags or similar to celebrities. Who would not want a Kate Spade, a Louis Vuitton, a Brighton, a coach, Gucci, Marc Jacobs or Dooney and Bourke? Most women are not fortunate enough to afford designer labels, but fortunately for us there are some very good replicas on the market. If you decide to splurge and buy an authentic designer handbag, buy it from a reliable source. Unfortunately, there are sellers who try to sell replicas as the real thing. There are many reputable sources for buying replicas. Replica watches must not infringe the rights to the genuine purse. They must not pretend to be a reality.

Women browse fashion magazines in search of what celebrities wear and the accessories they wear. Everyone wants to be able to use the latest modes. It seems that one of the best ways for us to do this is to look at the stars and imitate their style. It seems that every star tries to make his own statement by wearing different models, shapes and styles. So, how can we keep up? Once again, we are lucky! We do not have to keep up. We choose the styles that we like the most and we accompany them.

Women also turn to their friends and the people they meet at the mall or restaurants to discover new trends. How many times have you seen someone with a purse and said, "I would like to know where she got this bag?" Sometimes you can be brave enough to approach the woman and ask her. You should not be afraid to ask someone where he got his handbag - it's very flattering! You do not like when someone notices what you have on you, the shoes or the bag you are wearing? Most women are more than happy to tell you where they got their handbag. If they do not tell you, try searching the internet - you can be lucky and find it yourself!

Women are worried about matching their shoes with their handbags or finding the right handbag for an outfit. After all, the good handbag makes the outfit complete! Rest assured, in today's world, the purse is no longer matched to shoes! You can be wild and crazy, calm and calm, conservative or chic - that's all that matters to make you feel good. Your handbag says a lot about yourself, use it to express the many nuances that make YOU. Wear different handbags for different occasions, which will allow you to show off your many facets.

So what is the answer to the ESP and how do you overcome it? There is no quick response to this current syndrome. Most men will not buy a handbag - if they did, they are afraid to call themselves a wet chicken. The male wallet is gaining popularity in Europe and Australia, but should not be in the United States. Women will always want to look great and have the latest fashions. The PES is here to stay and will most likely reach overwhelming proportions. My suggestion is to give in to the syndrome and go buy a handbag!

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