Roberto thinks that his proclivity to clutter started as a child, where he could organize his possessions and had no help from parents or siblings. Often his grade school textbooks would be scattered about his home as he would do his homework in an erratic order. But the next morning, before school, he’s be in a frantic search to gather his schoolthings. As an adult, he would hoard magazines, knick-knacks and VCR tapes. The magazines were often trade publications, and he would hold on to them thinking he would need to keep them for reference.