Stepping Up Recovery for Hoarders and Clutterers

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In an encouraging and honest way, Barb Rogers helps readers in "Clutter Junkie No More" to identify the symptoms of clutter addiction -- which is simply a smokescreen for more serious underlying problems -- and she provides solutions modeled on the 12 steps and traditions that originated with AA.

"Clutter Junkie No More" by Barb Rogers is released by Red Wheel Weiser Conari.

Is your landscaping impeccable? Are you presentable when leaving the house? Would neighbors ever suspect, given outward appearances, that inside the house it is utter chaos with heaps and heaps of stuff? Are you overwhelmed and ashamed by the mess, but haven't a clue what to do about it, even though you've tried dozens of times to clean up your act? You may be a clutter junkie.

"Clutter is a wall built bit by bit of things that keep the world out. However, as with other addictions, it becomes the prison that keeps the addict in," Barb Rogers writes in the Introduction to "Clutter Junkie No More."

In an encouraging and honest way, Rogers helps readers to identify the symptoms of clutter addiction -- which is simply a smokescreen for more serious underlying problems -- and she provides solutions modeled on the 12 steps and traditions that originated with AA.

"Clutter Junkie No More" takes a serious look at clutter addiction and will help readers to take down the wall, bit by bit, to lead happier, more productive lives.

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Barb Rogers is a 58-year-old woman who has overcome great odds and lived through many tragedies in life to become a successful costume designer and an author of books that help to inspire others, such as "Simply Happy Every Day," "Pray for Today," "Feng Shui in a Day" and "Mystic Glyphs: An Oracle Based on Native American Symbols." She lives in Arizona.

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