Offers for low interest, high limit credit cards seem to show up in mailboxes every day.
A new credit card can be a good idea, but it also often gives you the false sense that you can make that big ticket purchase or take that dream vacation.
But, what happens when you bite off more than you can chew with your credit? How can you keep yourself from spending more than you can afford?
Crystal Oculee is a personal finance expert and the author of Money Confidence.
She shares tips on how to recognize the warning signs of being hooked on new credit cards. She also talk discusses how you can avoid letting credit card debt affect your health and your personal relationships.