Trash: An Innocent Girl. A Shocking Story of Squalor and Neglect. (Paperback)
  • Trash: An Innocent Girl. A Shocking Story of Squalor and Neglect. (Paperback)

Trash: An Innocent Girl. A Shocking Story of Squalor and Neglect. (Paperback)

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Paperback Published: 09/10/2014
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'To start: it was just me and my mom. I am an only child, and she is a single parent. My mother is a trash hoarder. Ever since I can remember the house was always messy and stunk. At around age 9ish I noticed that something was wrong. I started throwing bags of trash away every day, just to have my mom freak out when she got home. We didn't eat at home anymore because the fridge was disgusting, and she used the sink as a trash can, so it got clogged. We always ate out, we never had a home-cooked meal, and I've never had a family dinner at a dinner table. I had a stool in the corner of the living room. That is what I sat on, and that alone. I kept that corner as clean as I could. Made sure there was foot space, and that there wasn't dust on the walls. That was my corner, my space. It never seemed to matter though, eventually that spot would get overrun with trash too...' Trash is Britney Fuller's shocking account of growing up in the house of a hoarder.

Publisher: Ebury Publishing
ISBN: 9780753555590

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