Clutter Busting Your Life: Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others (Google eBook)

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New World Library, Apr 3, 2012 - Self-Help - 208 pages
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Over the course of his career helping people let go of things they no longer need, Brooks Palmer has been struck by the many ways that clutter affects relationships. In these pages, he shows how we use clutter to protect ourselves, control others, and cling to the past, and how it keeps us from experiencing the joy of connection. With insight-prompting questions, exercises, client examples, and even whimsical line drawings, Palmer will take you from overwhelmed to empowered. His gentle guidance will help you to not only clear clutter from your home but also enjoy deeper, more authentic, and clutter-free relationships of all kinds.
  

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Review: Clutter Busting Your Life: Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others

User Review  - Marcus Lynn - Goodreads

Lots of good advice in this secular self-help book but not a lot readily for me to apply. Read full review

Review: Clutter Busting Your Life: Clearing Physical and Emotional Clutter to Reconnect with Yourself and Others

User Review  - Barb - Goodreads

Another approach to de-cluttering. One day at a time, one room at a time, one drawer at a time. The difference with this one is trying to focus more on the emotional clutter. Read full review

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About the author (2012)

Brooks Palmer has been helping clients clear clutter from their homes, garages, offices, and lives for nearly a decade. He also performs stand-up comedy regularly in Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. He is a member of the Screen Actors' Guild and has appeared in several commercials and films. Palmer divides his time between Chicago and Los Angeles. Visit his clutter-busting blog at www.clutterbusting.com and his humor website at www.betterlatethandead.com.

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