Compulsive Decluttering is a Thing

One would rarely have a negative impression on decluttering, however just like hoarding, the former can become a problem when it is driven by obsessive thoughts. Compulsive decluttering, as some call it, is typically considered a manifestation of obsessive-compulsive disorder, and which is exactly the case of 41-year-old Annabelle Charbit who, even in her childhood, has done her best to live a minimalist lifestyle in the most unreasonable sense.

Check out an article in The Atlantic to learn more about Charbit’s story and compulsive decluttering — click here.

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