Fannie Flagg is a modern-day "Mark Twain"...
I have to admit it. I was convinced that Peter Walsh was talking about me in this book. I could identify so well with so many aspects of it that I was truly horrified. Time after time, I heard him describe me and my method of acquiring stuff, storing stuff, needing stuff, and hiding a whole lot of it from others! I've listened to this book several times and I never fail to come away with another tidbit to assist me with my "problems". I've begun with small steps and while it would be nice to have him visit my home, I think I can probably manage to get it all under control with only his voice prodding me along. If you are considering this book at all, then you are definitely described in it at some point, so go ahead and buy it. We all know who we are. We might not want to know it. We certainly wouldn't want to admit it because then we'd have to deal with it. Walsh is 100% on target and even if I am horrified at the prospect of digging out of my "clutter cage", he's given me the "tools" to set myself free.
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