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The Psychology Behind Collecting

Whether it be comics, vinyl records, coins, or tickets to a ballgame, collecting is a common human interest and we all do it in one way or another. While the rate at which we collect our treasured objects can vary widely, we’ve all experienced the pride that comes with adding an item to our collection or setting one up for display.

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Freelance Writer. Blogger. UFO enthusiast and lover of space. Email me at: reneerosefreelancing@gmail.com

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