If you're not a hoarder yourself, chances are you know one. And as empty-nesters downsize into smaller homes, as young families try to adapt to

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Best Treatment for a Hoarder

Seattle Goodwill

If you're not a hoarder yourself, chances are you know one. And as empty-nesters downsize into smaller homes, as young families try to adapt to commute-free, in-city living (as per Mayor McGinn's orders), space is always at a premium. No matter where you live or what your income, you always have too much stuff. But some just have a harder time letting go than others. For them, the best argument can be charity: At Seattle Goodwill, those in need—or those shopping for a bargain—can benefit from our discards. Nothing disappears; it's like energy. Rather, the memories and karma of our former possessions are preserved and bequeathed. It's all a great cycle of belonging and sharing from which nothing is truly lost. Even your original Flock of Seagulls LPs. —Brian Miller 1400 S. Lane St., and other locations, 860-5711, seattlegoodwill.org

 
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