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Compulsive hoarding comes in different forms. It can be your old neighbour’s trash bags we all viewed as worthless but were excessively saved inside their bedroom. This could also be the result of the pile of unused possessions on your cousin’s stairway. Whatever it is, the hoarders feel a dysfunctional attachment to these items.
As you can see, dealing with…Continue
For many people, clutter can be the worn-out dress from prom ball eight years ago or the unmatched socks you believed to be just misplaced within the last four years. In other words, we turn objects into a time machine that connects us with the better memories in our life. We tend to cling to things because we are not ready for the sudden change of life…Continue