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/min/ - Minimalism

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 No.488

What's the difference between /min/ and OCD? I mean, I get the practical benefits of removing stuff you don't need, but where do you draw the line between practical, justifiable minimalism and habits that are just downright destructive?

Has anyone on /min/ ever had these concerns regarding themselves?

Has anyone ever met someone who's taken /min/ too far?

 No.492

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This is an excellent question. I definitely think there's a correlation between old people hoarding and some traumatic Great Depression experience they may have gone through. Logic dictates the opposite would be true too, that /min/ stuff would be the other side of the coin. And I'd like to turn your attention to the attached video.




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