How to Cope with Spouse’s Hoarding

It is not easy living with a hoarder – it’s frustrating, overwhelming, and also heartbreaking.

There are two places that a spouse should visit to get help with their spouse’s hoarding: the first is to go to a licensed therapist that specializes in dealing with hoarding disorder; the second place to look for help is online.

Since hoarding disorder is relatively rare, you perhaps won’t even know that there are other people in real life that have been in your situation. The internet allows spouses as well as their children of loved ones from all across the globe to provide support, connect, and share their own stories.

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