Apartment Therapy: The Eight-Step Home Cure
Sometimes, whether you realize it or not, your home is deeply connected to your personal well-being. And sometimes your home needs therapy just as much as you do.
Living in the same space you once shared with your ex can trap you in memories and make you desperate to move. An empty apartment can reinforce feelings of isolation, while a cluttered home can breed stress.
In apartment therapy, Maxwell Gillingham-Ryan shows you that creating a good home can be therapeutic. With questionnaires, plans, stories, and more, this book can help you create and adapt your home to work for you; physically, emotionally, and spiritually.
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