Helping a Loved One Organize and Declutter Her Kitchen

Helping a hoarder loved one organize her home and get rid of all the things that she doesn’t really need is one way for her to recover from her condition, and that is exactly what Ashli Gerdes did for her mother. Even if the latter doesn’t actually have the disorder, but is simply a pack-rat, encouraging her to free up some space can significantly improve the comfort level and efficiency of her kitchen.

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Nancy G.
Randolph, New Jersey