Professional Organizers Hold Global Book Launch at Eagle Eye Book Shop & Gwinnett Library
"We are thrilled to be invited to talk about our book with the registrants for this global event. Thank you very much to our local Eagle Eye Bookshop owners Diana and Doug Robinson for co-sponsoring this fabulous book launch with the Gwinnett County Public Library," said the co-authors Diane N. Quintana and Jonda S. Beattie. "We are looking forward to sharing a few of the stories with the worldwide virtual audience as well as recounting our inspiration and motivation for writing our book. We want to help people understand that they can release, repurpose, and reorganize what they own so that it serves them instead of them continuing to serve their belongings."
During the launch presentation, the co-authors will share insights from real-life examples of people diagnosed with Hoarding Disorder and co-existing diagnoses of ADD, ADHD, PTSD, anxiety and depression versus those exhibiting Hoarding-like behaviors, Chronic Disorganization, and situational hoarding as a result of life events. Both authors have experienced almost every kind of life event you can imagine: death of a loved one, divorce, moving – to Asia with children and pets, downsizing, marriage as a senior – combining two households, caring for an aging family member with an illness, and more.
"Filled Up and Overflowing is an important and much-needed book to help in the understanding and helping people who may have many different disorders which may lead to hoarding. Eagle Eye Bookshop is pleased to be part of such a worthwhile endeavor." said co-owners Doug and Diana Robinson of the Eagle Eye Bookshop in Decatur, GA.
Participants must register to participate in the global book launch.
"We are thrilled to host this important event for our library members and this global audience to introduce and launch the book Filled Up & Overflowing to them. As local authors, we are delighted to support them through this event at the Gwinnett County Public Library and spread the word to all those who will benefit from this groundbreaking book." said Denise Auger, Adult Programming Manager, Gwinnett County Public Library System.