Dealing with Hoarders: Tips from Matt Praxton

For some individuals, compulsive hoarding is a way of regaining control of their lives after the occurrence of a traumatic event or experience. That is why, in many cases, anxiety is the initial reaction when concerned people propose to change their surroundings.

How hoarders perceive the value of their collections may be different from the way outsiders do. It is therefore very important to practice a fair level of sensitivity when dealing with them.
“Hoarders” host Matt Paxton has more to share about compulsive hoarding — click here.

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