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Zen of Hoarding:  108 offerings for deciding what you own. by [Priest, Saira]
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Zen of Hoarding: 108 offerings for deciding what you own. Kindle Edition

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Length: 196 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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Zen of Hoarding book is unlike any other organizing or hoarding book you have ever read.   Hoarding isn't always the horrible event you see on TV, it touches many Americans in their homes and daily lives.  Not only is hoarding addressed, your whole way of thinking is evaluated.  Zen of Hoarding isn't an instructional manual or a series of to do lists.  It is a complete life guide.  I recommend this book to anyone, even if you don't have a clutter problem. Don't let the title fool you, this is a must-read for anyone who wants to change their time, home or even just their way of thinking about their daily activities.  
---Bonnie Joy Dewkett, Certified Professional Organizer®

Hoarding affects millions of people in the United States and around the world. The families and communities that are also impacted increase that number exponentially. People who hoard need understanding and compassion as they work to make change in their lives. Zen of Hoarding offers insights that can be helpful for mental health professionals, professional organizers, social workers, and others who work with people who hoard. This book provides a glimpse into the challenges faced by people who hoard which can offer understanding for professionals to more effectively provide help and compassion. If you have only 5 minutes each day, you will find the short passages to be informative and accessible. The author not only offers practical advice but also provides support and encouragement, hope that change is possible.  I recommend this book to people who hoard and their family members. I believe you will find insights that will help you make positive change in your life.
---Janet Yeats, Co-founder, The Hoarding Project