Kimberly Rae Miller





Kimberly Rae Miller


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Kimberly Rae Miller is a writer and actress living in New York City. Her writing on healthy living has been published on Conde Nast’s blog network, Social Workout, Yahoo’s women’s network Shine, and in various magazines. She also contributes entertainment news to CBS Radio and CBS New York. In 2010, Kim was featured in Katharine Sise’s breakthrough career guide Creative Girl: The Ultimate Guide for Turning Talent and Creativity into a Real Career. You can read her personal blog at TheKimChallenge.com.

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(It took me a hot minute to post this because my blog was hacked…again. It happens every few years, regardless of the extra money I pay to my host to prevent it. Ahhhh, the joys of the Internet.) Happy New Year from all of us!


2018 I have big small plans for you.


I’ve taken a few weeks off from many of my social media platforms because I’ve felt like 2017 has been such an Internet exhaustive...

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Average rating: 3.95 · 23,243 ratings · 1,824 reviews · 2 distinct worksSimilar authors
Coming Clean

3.95 avg rating — 22,546 ratings — published 2013 — 15 editions
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Beautiful Bodies

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“hoarders tend to be perfectionists, that each item they collect is one crucial part of an ideal world they are ever creating for themselves.”
Kimberly Rae Miller, Coming Clean

“Maybe if I endure all my pain now, I could be happy when I am older.”
Kimberly Rae Miller, Coming Clean

“One of the more popular theories behind the triggers for hoarding indicates that people who were neglected emotionally as children learn to form attachments to objects instead of people. When they do connect with others, they then keep any object that reminds them of that person as a way of holding on to those attachments.”
Kimberly Rae Miller, Coming Clean

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