Helping a Hoarded Overcome His Condition

Knowing someone who is a hoarder somewhat puts us in a social and moral dilemma — there may come to a point when we can no longer tolerate that person’s behavior; however, it is also important to keep in mind that hoarding is a mental disorder and is, by no means, the person’s choice.
  • When a person finally decides to open up about his condition, be a ¬†good listener and try to think on that person’s shoes.
  • In most cases, while you are completely willing to offer your support, it may become necessary to seek the help of professionals.
  • When helping a hoarded clean his home, allow him to make the decisions whether certain things are worth keeping or not.
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