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- DescriptionAll possessions have some emotional connected to them, even something as mundane as junk mail, but understanding how the emotions form is a crucial part of releasing the hoarding mentality. The Emotional Imprint of Clutter explores the love/hate relationship we have with our 'stuff' and how the impact, usually imprinted in childhood, can reemerge later in life as a clutter problem. Many emotions form the habit; for some it may be a fear of empty spaces, for others it can start from gifts that were given as a form of control, and for a few, the hoarding remains at home while the office is clutter free. Find out which of the 33 listed reasons relate to your clutter problem, and then learn how to release yourself from the chaos and negative emotions to regain control of your life. Thea Maii ran her own organizing business in NYC for a number of years and ticed repeated emotional patterns emerge as she worked with her clients. This book was written in answer to some of their questions.
- Author BiographyThea Maii is a painter, costume and clothing designer who has worked in professional theater and television in the US and England. Since 2004, she's been helping individuals and businesses become clutter-free through her organizing business - Tame the Space. She's a reformed clutterer and lives in Manhattan.
- Author(s)Thea Maii
- PublisherThea Stephens
- Date of Publication13/06/2010
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectPopular Psychology
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintThea Stephens
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight249 g
- Width140 mm
- Height216 mm
- Spine11 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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