We are all pack rats to some degree. We hoard, collect and buy more stuff than we have room to store.
But what if something in our brains made us incapable of throwing things out? Janie Allocca and Lorraine Brennan both live with a psychological disorder called compulsive hoarding -- an urge to hold on to even the most mundane objects, even when they take over their lives.
In a 2007 interview with ABC News, Brennan said that she had been hoarding for nearly 20 years. She lived in a...Full Story