Mess

Mess

One Man's Struggle to Clean up His House and His Act

Book - 2015
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The author draws on his experiences as both a hoarder and an investigator to profile subjects ranging from professional decluttering services and anti-hoarding therapy to the brain science behind hoarding and the way clutter affects relationships.
Publisher: New York ; London : W.W. Norton & Company, [2015]
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9780393241778
Branch Call Number: 92 Y887m 2015
Characteristics: 276 pages ; 22 cm

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I've certainly had my share of bad hair days. But, I believe I would shave my head before I would leave my house with hair like That Guy's. Perhaps he knows no shame.


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NBotkin
May 15, 2016

Loved this book. Well-written, honest, and a compelling story. Even surprisingly uplifting at times.

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rasha1784
Dec 29, 2015

I wasn't a big fan, though I usually love hoarding books and memoirs. Yourgrau just seemed really pretentious, and almost seemed to revel in his inability to clean up. Funny at moments, but not the book for me.

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