July 3, 2012
The word hoarding conjures up an image of a home filled to the brim with piles of stuff. Many of us can’t imagine living like that, but we now know that hoarding is much more widespread than previously thought. What lies behind the need for some people to surround themselves with stuff?
Crystal Sarakas hosts.
Randy O. Frost, author of "Stuff: Compulsive Hoarding and the Meaning of Things"
Liz Norton, founder of the Tompkins County Task Force on Hoarding