Mary Jane Cronin was born in Blackwood, New Jersey and moved Memory Hack Review to Florida in the 1970s. Mary Jane Cronin has extensive experience in bereavement counseling for individuals and groups. She has lectured on grief and bereavement and taught bereavement support skills to teenagers, incarcerated women, hospice patients and their families, as well as to volunteers, and fellow health care professionals. Mary Jane earned her Bachelor's Degree in Human Development from Eckerd College in St Petersburg, Florida and her Master's Degree in Community Psychology from Springfield College in Tampa, Florida. Providing counseling services in the Tampa Bay area of Florida since 2000 Ms. Cronin has been employed by Suncoast Hospice since 2004 as a Licensed Mental Health Counselor.
A lot of us have heard about the show on television called Hoarders. It seems absurd. I've never seen it, and when I ask my husband if he wants to watch it, he says "I see enough of that in my job." I sometimes tell my husband that I think we have too much stuff. However he just laughs at me. As an insurance adjuster, he goes into homes every day so packed you can barely navigate the hallways.
I've never taken him seriously.... until lately. The promos for the television show made me first take notice. Then I overheard some phone calls. My husband works out of our home, so I overhear many things. Recently he had a claim that it took 3 days for the contractor to be able to enter the house. Not only was the women too embarrassed to let him into her home to fix the damage, but when she tried to let him in, she couldn't open the door far enough so he could fit through it.