Probably so, but I suppose it would depend on the timing of when you think you have too many and when you want more. LOL Personally, I don't see anything wrong with your particular mode of expressing the noted mental stress.Is this an example of cognitive dissonance? I truly believe I have too many war hey, yet there's always another I want!
Definitely true.It's this dam forum and all the nice watches posted that make my collection go up
Oh, hell no! That can't possibly be right! LOLI feel the same way, In theory, one watch is enough, but each time after buying I still want more. It's a disease. Too bad watches are not like Transformers where the style can change over time on demand. In the past I thought looking at pictures of watches online is enough, but it is not. I think part of the addictive process involves searching for what I want, going to look in-person, the high of buying, the high of interacting with and wearing the new watch, the low of getting used to the new watch, and repeat. Part of the problem is that I feel like I have not found the perfect watch yet that fits all of my criteria, but probably there is no such thing as a perfect watch because a person's desire is ever changing. One either stops wanting the perfect watch, or one keeps buying.
Probably so, but I suppose it would depend on the timing of when you think you have too many and when you want more. LOL Personally, I don't see anything wrong with your particular mode of expressing the noted mental stress.
How do you know you have too many? I wasn't aware there is such a thing as too many watches. Maybe you are trying to convince yourself that there is in fact such a thing and that's the problem, not how many you actually have and that you want others.
As with everything, it's just a matter of how you look at it. There are no absolutes when it comes to collection size or structure.
All the best.
Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter, and those who matter don't mind.I think I figured out the problem. Unlike other items considered jewelry, it's really only socially acceptable to wear one watch at a time. If I could wear 3or 4 at once the problem would be solved! By forum standards I have a very minimal number of watches in rotation. Only six I wear often, a G Shock atomic solar for outdoor activities, and one with sentimental value. I guess I feel like I have too many because of what I go through before putting on a watch: hmm, today this one - no, that one - but I haven't worn yet another in a while, etc. I bet no one else here ever go through this process...
Plus, I'll wear a diver with a suit or a dress watch with jeans, which doesn't make it easier to choose a watch for the day.
Okay. Well, I was just trying to be helpful. <wink> At least now you have a resource to which you can refer if you change your mind. LOLMy post about wearing more than one was tongue in cheek. I wouldn't actually want to wear two or more unless I had more non-dominant arms.
I couldn't agree more.There's no such thing as too many watches (despite what my profile says). Who gave you to believe that such a thing was even possible? The non reality of Santa Claus - yes. Too many watches - no.