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The majority of hoarders are experiencing a psychological issue that requires addressing. If you are listening to this book and realize that you are in this group, you need to get yourself some assistance quickly from a psychologist.
The writer of this book describes the importance of decluttering and doing so in a systematic way when the decision is made to do so. This is because if (for example) you go at it in a disorganized manner, you could end up with a clutter situation that is worse than what was there before and get really discouraged about continuing the process.
Decide on a particular system and timeframe that will involve grouping objects in categories and then placing them to one side, to be placed in their respective places as soon as the majority of the clutter is cleared. Look for professional yet inexpensive guides that offer information on the most ideal methods of decluttering.
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By B.R. on 05-13-18
I admire Maria Shriver's and typically enjoy her books. Perhaps this book is better read than listened to but I attempted to listen to this to get myself motivated but it did the opposite. First, the narrator brought up many negative reasons as opposed to diving in and getting it done. When I skipped ahead I got a lesson on how to clean dishes and vacuum. Never finished it and that's OK.