MS. SIMPLICITY There Is A Sentimental Fool In All Of Us
The more and more I work with clients I find that they have two different issues; either not enough time or they are sentimentally attached to their stuff. For my clients that simply have no time, whe... Posted on 6/4/13 at 2:39 PM
HEALTHBEAT Hoarders: Behind closed doors
Gail's house has no heat. The support beams, damaged in a fire several years earlier, are threatening to give way. But until Gail cleans up the mountains of cluttershe has collected over the years, ... Posted on 2/16/10 at 5:12 AM
A petition to commit Carol Schmidt, who had more than 100 dogs removed from her property near Bemidji, Minn., last week, said the 63-year-old woman should be committed for mental illness, in part because of animal neglect nine years ago.
By Anne Williams , Forum Communications Co.
, February 01, 2012
LAS VEGAS (AP) — A four-month search for a missing Las Vegas woman came to a ghastly end this week when her husband found her corpse in their home amid a labyrinth of squalor that had been impassable even to search dogs.
The clutter and trash blanketing a Moorhead woman’s home couldn’t hide the irony in a few possessions.
Amid the flotsam of the middle-aged woman’s life was “The Power of Positive Thinking,” the self-help best-seller about conquering worry and nurturing belief in oneself. And across the living room, atop a teetering stack of periodicals, lay a magazine title that seemed to sum up the woman’s approach to coping with worry and self-doubt: “More.”
By: Mila Koumpilova, The Forum
, February 08, 2010
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