All About Compulsive Hoarding

If you peek into a compulsive hoarder’s mind and try to figure out why he/she endlessly collects insignificant materials that cause nothing but clutter and disorder in the house, you’d probably discover that this person actually finds comfort is these irrelevant things, as you call them, because they help him/her overcome social anxiety. Previously associated as a symptom of obsessive-compulsiveness, hoarding is now considered a unique disorder in itself and further studies are conducted as to how it can be cured.

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