A fascinating look at compulsive hoarding by a woman whose mother suffers from the disease.
In this moving and insightful memoir, a woman candidly discusses growing up as the daughter of a hoarder. Jessie Sholl's mother has long been afflicted with hoarding problems, and her home is filled with old shoes, junk mail, and various bits of useless objects that she has collected over the years. With compassion and grace. Sholl delves into the mystery of her mother's issues, and shares this deeply personal story.
Genre: Family + Relationships, Biography + Autobiography