Helping a Hoarder Loved One

While mild hoarding can basically normal, it becomes a problem when the behavior leads to extreme clutter which makes a person’s house unlivable. The worst part is that it takes some time for hoarders to realize the problem, and using the wrong approach to help them come to their senses can actually result to worse consequences, such as anxiety and depression.

However, once you’ve convinced your loved one that she needs help, it can get simpler from there. When it comes to helping her organize her home, be sure to focus on one area at a time, establish a routine, and help her make quick decisions about her belongings.
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