A Window to Hoarding

A lot of people today have been exposed to hoarders and to hoarding disorders because of what they have seen on TV. Unfortunately, most people see the people suffering from the disorder as a source of entertainment and amusement.

Kimberly Rae Miller’s memoir entitled, “Coming Clean,” sheds light on what it is like to live with parents who are hoarders. The memoir does not try to minimize the destructiveness of the disorder.

According to an article from journalnow.com, “Her father (Miller’s) spent most of his time listening to NPR and inspecting whatever piece of paper out of his vast collection happened to be at hand, while her mother constantly ordered unnecessary items online and then let the boxes sit, unopened, to collect dust.”

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