[E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller


  • Hardcover
  • 272
  • Coming Clean
  • Kimberly Rae Miller
  • English
  • 15 February 2018
  • 9780544025837

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  1. says: Summary Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller

    [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller I snatched this book up at the library yesterday hoping to finally read a book that I could relate to I have never really told anyone except my husband and his family and they will never know how bad it really was but I grew

  2. says: [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Summary Coming Clean

    Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller 35 starsThis review had to wait because I had to disinfect my house Serious Lysol action people because this Is NOT OK I'm the flipside of a hoarder I scrub my tile with a toothbrush I've probably traumatized my children forever by s

  3. says: [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read

    Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read Summary Coming Clean As a little girl I used to lie in bed thinking Maybe if I endure all my pain now I could be happy when I am older Emerson

  4. says: [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller

    [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read Summary Coming Clean This book contains 254 pages of some of the most blatant self aggrandizement I've ever read It's a memoir supposedly about one woman's experience of growing up with a hoarder father and a compulsive shopper mother but really it's a story about Kimberly Rae Miller her exceptional beauty her career as an actress and her amazing websiteAt 254

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    Summary Coming Clean Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read I'm sure many other reviewers will also compare this book to The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls for its portrayal of a resilient daughter growing up with intelligent but troubled parents Both books are great reads Kimberly Rae Miller's book is so easy to read that you can almost forget at times how troubling her story is born to loving parents who were also chronic hoarders Her dad collected paper and broken parts of just about everything

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    [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Summary Coming Clean For a book about a child growing up in a hoarding environment I found this to be surprisingly tragic Like many others I'm addicted the popular tv shows that feature and some might argue exploit this mental health issue If

  7. says: [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Summary Coming Clean

    [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read This book was recommended to me by the Children of Hoarders group Since I am the child of a hoarder I was interested to see how Miller's experiences compared to mine and how she dealt with growing up in a hoarded home I found her style easy to read and finished the book uickly Her descriptions of walking on stacks of slick papers and not wanting her friends to know where she lived were particularly vivid Some

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    Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read Coming Clean was fascinating in exactly the way I'm always going to find hoarding stories fascinating However the writing was nothing special—generally competent but with than its fair share of awkward sentences I also

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    Summary Coming Clean Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read [E–pub New] (Coming Clean) by Kimberly Rae Miller This book offers a factual account of what it is like as a child growing up with parents who are hoarders Made me very interested in the topic of hoarding and why people do it; I actually researched it a little while reading this book My conclusions are mostly because they are a little bit ADHD OCD easily overwhelmed messed up in the head and

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    Summary Coming Clean Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Kimberly Rae Miller Ì 0 Free read I'm not the type of reviewer that gives a book report synopsis of a book that you might be about to read; Iyou can get that in the publisher's comments What I would like to tell you however is that Coming Clean is one of

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Coming Clean

Summary Coming Clean Characters ´ Coming Clean ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Ong Island house navigating between teetering stacks of aging newspaper broken computers and boxes upon boxes of unused junk festering in every room the product of her father’s painful and unending struggle with hoarding In this coming of age story Kim brings to life her experience of growing up in a rat infested home concealing her father’s shameful secret from friends for ye. For a book about a child growing up in a hoarding environment I found this to be surprisingly tragic Like many others I m addicted the popular tv shows that feature and some might argue exploit this mental health issue If you look around online it s not hard to find articles and forum comments that are very judgmental and often times vicious toward the people who appear on these shows It s not uncommon for viewers to suggest that watching Hoarders is inspiration to clean their own homes It s easy to forget that these are human beings not motivational toolsKimberly Rae Miller puts a very human face on the issue of hoarding Her father has no memories of his childhood at all His parents were hard core alcoholics and whatever happened to him in his youth was protectively erased by his brain Her mother grew up unloved by neglectful parents She suffers with an extreme spinal condition because her parent s couldn t be bothered to get her a back brace as a child Kimberly s father starts as the catalyst for the hoarding situation He s fond of papers any paper and radios Their house uickly fills of them Her mother is angry at the mess but also ultimately resigned to it She eventually becomes a compulsive shopper who adds to the hoardThe hoard slowly takes over the family s life Their first house burns down in a fire spurred on by the mounds of paper killing all the family pets Her parents separate for a time partly to keep CPS from discovering their true living conditions The boiler explodes and they have to start taking weekly showers at a local gym Then they discover a surprise living in their attic the reveal of which literally had me screeching at my KindleThis is a very well written memoir better than many I ve read from professional writers The author is likable and down to earth I think some people will be confused maybe even put off by her forgiving nature to her parents But I get it My interest in hoarding actually comes from my husband s family both he and his mother have hoarding tendencies Yet I grew up in a dysfunctional environment and I could relate to every inner struggle with her parents I wish her the best of luck going forward and dealing with her parents as they continue to age

Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller

Summary Coming Clean Characters ´ Coming Clean ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller Ars and of the emotional burden that ultimately led to an attempt to take her own life And in beautiful prose Miller sheds light on her complicated yet loving relationship with her parents that has thrived in spite of the odds Coming Clean is a story about recognizing where we come from and the relationships that define us and about finding peace in the homes we make for ourselves. Coming Clean was fascinating in exactly the way I m always going to find hoarding stories fascinating However the writing was nothing special generally competent but with than its fair share of awkward sentences I also can t say that I felt anything while reading except for shock at some of the details about the hoarding so the overall emotional impact was low It gets three stars from me instead of two because it was a genuine page turner but if you re not particularly interested in the topic of hoarding there s really no other reason to pick this up

Summary Coming Clean

Summary Coming Clean Characters ´ Coming Clean ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook Ì Kimberly Rae Miller A stunning memoir about a childhood spent growing up in a family of extreme hoarders and hiding sualor behind the veneer of a perfect family Kim Miller is an immaculately put together woman with a great career a loving boyfriend and a beautifully tidy apartment in Brooklyn You would never guess that she spent her childhood hiding behind the closed doors of her family’s idyllic L. 35 starsThis review had to wait because I had to disinfect my house Serious Lysol action people because this Is NOT OK I m the flipside of a hoarder I scrub my tile with a toothbrush I ve probably traumatized my children forever by saving only their best schoolcraft projects and only then in digital format and throwing out the rest I can t abide knick knacks I threw away my high school year books who needs those as a reminder of claw bangs and bad perms I don t have a particular attachment to stuff It s just that stuff objects not important But hoarders don t see it that way and thanks to reality TV people can feed their sick fascination with those who hoard Kimberly Miller survived a childhood with two hoarding parents Her dad the child of two alcoholics is the main culprit stocking away piles of paper gadgets broken electronics random parts But Miller s mom is no help suffering from severe scoliosis and often bedridden her mom is a compulsive shopper stashing box after unopened box of crap from VC in the hallway living room and every other available surface As a child Kimberly was so ashamed of living the way she did she has a decoy house that she used as a drop off spot This book is not an expose of hoarders nor is it a clinical analysis of the disease It s simply a story of one girl and her hoarding parents The hoarding at the Miller house got so bad Kim slept with fleas and rats a suatter in her attic there was so much shit up there no one knew it was occupied One of her childhood houses burned down thanks to all the broken electrical appliances killing all the family pets and another was basically condemned At one point the furnace broke but the family couldn t let anyone see how they lived so it went unfixed all winter long leaving young Kim without heat or hot showers She would crawl through feces to get from room to room Mold and bugs took over But despite all this Miller spends much of the book defending her parents and bailing them out time and time again As a child she was powerless but as an adult she becomes an enabler spending all her free time cleaning the multiple apartments her parents trash helping them move over and over making excuses for them and roping her friends into days of clean up duty She cleans up their mess literally and figuratively without ever saying Enough you need to get some help she sort of says this at the end but you can tell she doesn t mean it I was so incredibly frustrated with Miller s parents AND Miller herself by the end of the book I wanted to pound my head against a hard surface I get that they re her parents and she loves them but saying that they were good parents just messier than most is like saying that Kim Il Sung was a good leader only controlling Kim honey forcing you to live in a rat and flea infested house where you could see maybe a suare inch of the floor having to throw out your clothes because you couldn t find them to wash them and eating fast food for every meal because there was no space in the kitchen to cook isn t just kooky parenting It s fucking CHILD ABUSE There ok I feel better now I got really tired of Kim defending her parents even as she suffers from debilitating nightmares and starts breaking out in hives instead of forcing them to get real help I know it s not easy but there s therapy meds behavior modification SOMETHING I m glad you wrote a book about your life Kim Now call a psychiatrist and cut your parents off pronto